- 1. Sam Skilz & Michelle Weeks - He's Mine (Original Mix) SC Edit 2.41 595 plays
- 2. Sam Skilz & Michelle Weeks - He's Mine (Soul Avengerz Remix) SC Edit 2.51 674 plays
Sam Skilz is from the generation of artists who breathe, eat and think house music. His unique blend of straight house, mixed with tech, driving bass lines and anthemic vocals, shape his trademark sound.
Sam is already well known for his music productions for other artists in the EDM genre. His productions have been signed with major labels like Sony Music, Virgin Records and Wagram. Next to that his haunted bootlegs and own productions are constantly being played by peeps, such as: Roger Sanchez, Bob Sinclar, Todd Terry, Ron Carroll, David Penn, Marco Lys, Hanna Hais, Roland Clarke, Mr. Mike and Graham Sahara, just to name a “few”…. This support has resulted in doing remixes for established labels such as: Kontor, CR2, Nervous, S2G Recordings, Just Music, Clubstar, Map Dance and many more.
Early 2013 Sam Skilz launched his own label Got Skilz? Records. First release ft. Emory Toler, called “I Love America” immediately got licensed for the world to Urbana Recordings. With David Penn including a remix by himself and Rober Gaez, this package charted all over. Second track on the label called “Release”, together with legendary house diva Michelle Weeks, has also ticked the boxes of many big DJ’s, radio stations, blogs and podcasters. The single Don't Stop Pushing ft. Kameron Ray, signed to Empo/+MAS further landed him a new fan-base in Mexico and Latin America.
His remixes for chart buster Loreen, South-African mega talent Nakhane Toure and Nicolas Vautier show his unique ability of stripping original tracks down to the core and unleashing his signature tech-house sound on them.
Eager to check him out? Check out his monthly dj mixes, productions, booties and remixes on here, subscribe to his Skilz Sessions Podcast in iTunes or check his weekly Skilz Session Radio Show airing in Canada, Belgium, Germany, Spain and Cyprus. See his website for further details.
Concluding; his music and DJ sets are part of his DNA and the perfect tool to spread the love for the music he loves so dearly. So, embrace, love and respect him and his music, as that’s exactly what you get in return!