'Show Me Love' Remixes: Listen to 6 Best of Robin S. Dance Hit

Robin S performs in 1994
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Robin S performs at Great Woods Amphitheater on June 4, 1994 in Mansfield, Mass.

Show some love for these revamped remixes.

Robin Stone, more widely known as simply Robin S., rose to fame in the early 90s for her hit track "Show Me Love," which peaked at No. 5 on the Hot 100. The song's catchy pop beat and danceable rhythms have helped it stay relevant over the past two decades, and have even led a handful of new talents to reimagine the track as their own. 

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Give the original a listen below, then see how these 6 remixes stack up.

Robin S. Original Mix

Steve Angello & Laidback Luke (Radio Edit)

This version plays up the feel-good tune by laying down even more beats per minute, as the track picks up in both pace and intensity.

Sam Feldt (EDX's Indian Summer Remix)

Synthesized vocals replace the original ones on this version, allowing for an entirely revamped track that takes listeners on a ride through various tempos.

Matvey Emerson Remix

In an unexpected turn, this remix slows things down, at least when compared to the others on this last, and capitalizes on the original groove and funk undertones heard on the original.  

Skinny Dip UK (Deep House Remix)

This remix downplays the vocals and rather situates a series of short and sweet techno beats as the focal point.

Emmanuel'Moran (Bass King Bootleg)

Here the classic dance track receives the royal remix  treatment, complete with heavy bass and a handful of climactic drops that contribute to the overwhelming energy.

Headkandi (Carl Hanaghan Tropical Remix)

As the title suggests, this remix envisions the club track in a more tropical setting. The breezy beats make it better suited for sunshine and sand than a dark dancefoor.


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