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Robin S


Robin S Bio

Robin S, born and raised in Queens, New York, began singing at the age of five in a church choir.

Blessed with perfect pitch and a genuine talent to entertain, she took up vocal training at the age of eight under the direction of the legendary Brook Alexander. At the age of fifteen, Robin went to join both jazz and cover bands in the New York metropolitan area, performing at dinner clubs, lounges and other venues. These years gave her the experience and contacts that led to her first gold single, the worldwide chart-topping smash and dance music classic – remixed with great success by StonebridgeShow Me Love. The success of Show Me Love gave rise to collaborations with a variety of producers including Junior Vasquez, Nick Martinelli and David Morales.

Robin was named Best Dance Artist at the Billboard Awards in 1993 and Show Me Love received the award for Best Dance Single. Robin also earned the award for Best Dance Artist at the Winter Dance Music Conference. She has continued to make an impact across the globe with singles such as Love For Love, What I Do Best, I Want To Thank You and It Must Be Love as well as TV appearances and a string of tours around the globe, showcasing her unique blend of vocal excellence, energy and show stopping songs to create powerful and passionate performances.

Some of her more recent releases showcase her eternal talents such as the singles Pianissimo/Near The Ocean in collaboration with Alfred Azzetto and Vincent Valler, Bang and Bang (Part Two) featuring Richard Grey.

The hugely popular Steve Angello and Laidback Luke edit of Show Me Love was released on Ministry in 2009 and has been smashing up dances floors ever since, becoming an Ibiza anthem and a staple favourite of world class DJs such as Fedde Le Grand, Sebastian Ingrosso and David Guetta. A brand new Blame remix showcased on Annie Mac’s Radio 1show ensured the continued success, presence and demand for the one of the best tunes in dance music of the past twenty years.