In 2015 he released a cover of Robin S.’s show me love from Show S. love from 1993. The record was released by Spinnin ‘Records and Polydor and achieved fourth place in the British hit parade and 21st in the Dutch Top 40. In Flanders, Feldt achieved fifteenth place with the number and thirteenth in Billboard’s Hot Dance list. In 2016 he released the single Summer on you together with the Dutch dance duo Lucas & Steve. The record achieved fourth place in the Dutch Top 40 and was the most played record on Dutch radio in September and October of that year. Shortly after the release of Summer on you, the record was awarded platinum status in the Netherlands. In 2017, when Feldt was 24, he released his first album, called Sunrise to sunset. There are 24 songs on this double album; one for every hour of the day.
During the annual announcement of the DJ Mag Top 100 of best DJs in the world, Feldt came in 75th in 2017. Billboard described Feldt as “a modern house superstar”, and his version of Show me love as “an echo of the original, with a bubbly house beat” His single The devil’s Tears (Sam Feldt Edit) was one of Spotify’s top 10 most viral tracks. Sam Feldt previously worked with Belgian singer Kate Ryan on the song Gold and with the American actor and singer Jeremy Renner on the song Heaven (Don’t have a name). Currently, Sam Feldt dominates the charts with his album Post Malone and recently achieved the 100 million streams on Spotify.
With his “Sam Feldt Live” project, Feldt combines digital music with live instruments. His band (consisting of trumpet player Quirijn and saxophonist Tariq) can be heard on several songs by Sam Feldt. Together they travel the world and they also performed during Eurosonic Noorderslag in 2019.
On 5 May 2019, Sam Feldt, as one of the ambassadors of freedom, traveled by helicopter to various Liberation Festivals throughout the Netherlands.
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