After making history recently as the first German artist ever with more than 2 billion YouTube views in his channel, Robin Schulz releases his new single today. Aptly called “All This Love”, the track is a collaboration with Harloe (real name Jessica Karpov), a songwriter from L.A. who previously co-wrote songs for the likes of Britney Spears, Charlie XCX and Kelly Clarkson. Sitting in a cheap hotel in the dead of night, she ponders on the trials and tribulations of a great love: “And if we have to say goodbye ‘cause it’s for the best / What are we gonna do with all this love? “, Harloe wonders, while Robin Schulz’ signature Deep House vibes make for a beautiful and evocative soundtrack. The accompanying music video was shot in Bangkok and is set for a May 9 release.
“All This Love (feat. Harloe)” is Robin Schulz’ second post-“Uncovered” single and follows “Speechless”. Officially certified gold in Germany, this single has racked up over 130 million global streams and 25 million Views on YouTube so far, reached #2 on the German Airplay Charts, #6 in the European Airplay Charts, #18 in the Global Shazam Charts, #110 in the Global Spotify Charts, was featured in all big Spotify playlists and 30 out of 32 NMF playlists around the globe, reached the Spotify Top 200 in 20 countries (Top 30 in 7 countries), #5 in the US Mediabase Dance Airplay Charts and #14 in the Billboard Dance/Mixshow Airplay Charts.
Robin Schulz, who just peaked #49 in this year’s Billboard Dance 100, will play at the UN “Play it Out – A call to action on Ocean Plastic“ festival in the Caribbean island of Aruba on June 1st. Lead by the President of the UN General Assembly, Maria Fernanda Espinosa, the concert aims to raise awareness for the 15 million tons of plastic litter that are dumped into the ocean each year. Headlined by Ashanti, the event will see performances by international artists such as St. Lucia, Bomba Estéreo, Nico & Vinz, Rocky Dawuni as well as local musicians. Additionally, the concert will feature an array of speakers including dignitaries, policymakers, celebrities, and representatives from the scientific, philanthropic and academic communities. The event can be followed online at http://webtv.un.org/.