Sam Smith‘s 28th birthday is today (May 19), and to celebrate, Billboard has compiled a list of the best remixes and covers of their songs.
From the Flume remix of “Lay Me Down” to now-collaborator Demi Lovato taking on “Too Good At Goodbyes,” check out our favorites below.
Sam Smith – “Lay Me Down” (Flume Remix)
Australian producer Flume distorts Smith’s vocals to match the warped, animated beat, resulting in an easily digestible mix for listeners.
Sam Smith – “Money On My Mind” (Marc Kinchen Remix)
The house music veteran’s groovy back beat fits well with Smith’s chopped vocals here.
Sam Smith – “Nirvana” (Harry Fraud Remix)
Traces of Harry Fraud’s Brooklyn roots are embedded in this remastered mix as Nirvana gets pinched with a few hip-hop stylings.
Disclosure Feat. Sam Smith – “Latch” (DJ Taj Remix)
The already electronic-laden song get reworked with a Jersey Club approach as raucous drum hits raise the track’s energy.
Sam Smith – “Stay With Me” (Rainer + Grimm Remix)
Canadian duo Rainer + Grimm keeps Sam Smith’s powerful voice at the forefront of this remix by layering their croons into an airy, feel-good arrangement.
Sam Smith – “Like I Can” (Artful Remix)
Smith’s 2014 single transforms into a smooth club-worthy production that’s sure to lure you to the dance floor.
Sam Smith – “La La La” (Johnny Tran Remix)
The British singer’s vocals are lightly brushed onto this tropical inspired mix, which feels a bit like being transported to an all-night beach rave.
Demi Lovato – Too Good At Goodbyes (Sam Smith cover)
A visit to the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge begets a beautiful, emotive and vulnerable performance of Smith’s huge hit by one of their peers in modern pop’s royal family.
What an honor to have a living icon like P!nk do her thing all over your breakout original single. The rockin’ songstress brings class and poise to her performance, leaning in on her personal experience to make “Stay With Me” her own message of lasting love.
This lovely lady puts you right in the feels with this luscious take on Smith’s unforgettable ode. You’re gonna have to reach for the tissues before this is all over.
Sam Smith – “I’m Not The Only One” (Boyce Avenue Cover)
Fair warning, this acoustic rendition from a meaty hearthrob might make or ruin your whole day. It’ll make it, because it’s incredibly moving, but it’ll ruin it at the same time, because you’re not going to be able to stop crying.
Of course “Stay With Me” is the most popular chose for Sam Smith covers. It’s an incredibly touching picture of true human love and all the anguish that comes with it. This is another lovely take on a true pop classic.
Nick Jonas – ‘Lay Me Down’ (Sam Smith Cover)
This might be the best Sam Smith cover ever recorded. We’re hanging on every syllable from Nick Jonas’ mouth. If there was ever a doubt that he’s immensely talented, this will clear the air.
Sam Smith – “Not The Only One” (Sabrina Carpenter Cover)
This one is coming for your heart and it’s a direct hit. Sabrina Carpenter is singing us softly with this song, and the acoustic guitar accompanying provides the perfect introspective beat to nod along to. Don’t try to fight the feels. It’s futile to resist.
Ed Sheeran – “Stay With Me” (Sam Smith Cover)
We leave you with this touching, airy rendition of the old favorite from another incredible singer songwriter. There’s something so gentle in Sheeran’s performance. It’s breathtaking. Cuddle up with a loved one and listen until the night is through.
This article has been updated.