Robin Schulz has released another summer-bound hit titled "Sugar" that will appear on his forthcoming second LP. The track tabs 19-year-old Canadian singer Francesco Yates, who has already received co-signs from the likes of Justin Bieber and Pharrell. The track is accompanied by a simple lyric video to help make the song just a little more infectious.
"Sugar" is a cover or extensive rework of the Baby Bash's 2003 song alongside Frankie J "Suga Suga." Many of the lyrics are pulled out and the guitar is the same, but it is flipped for the pool or beach.
The Robin Schulz version of "Sugar" has the hallmarks of what fans have come to expect from Robin Schulz. The tune is carried by soft and steady percussion, which make way for a simple, yet evocative guitar lick. Yates adds an emotional top line with a catchy chorus to bring the track together, asking, "Sugar how you get so fly?" With "Sugar" Schulz has himself another surefire summer hit alongside "Headlights" released last month.
"Sugar" is a single from the German DJs upcoming second by the same name, which will be released on Sept. 18 via Topspeil/Big Beat. On July 24, the full music video for "Sugar" will be released.
Sugar is the second single from Schulz's album that will include 15 tracks and also has "Headlights" featuring Isley on the tracklist. He has not revealed a full tracklist yet, but stay tuned for details.