Robaer is a DJ/producer based in Germany. Not too long ago, he and DJ/producer Chad Cooper released a lovely acoustic version of their “Torn” cover featuring singer-songwriter Emelie Cyréus. So far, the song has amassed over two million streams online via Spotify.

Chad Cooper & Robaer – “Torn (acoustic version)” featuring Emelie Cyréus

“I thought I saw a man brought to life. He was warm, he came around like he was dignified. He showed me what it was to cry. Well, you couldn’t be that man I adored. You don’t seem to know, or seem to care what your heart is for. But I don’t know him anymore. There’s nothing where he used to lie, my conversation has run dry. That’s what’s going on. Nothing’s fine, I’m torn.” – lyrics

‘Torn’ tells a heartfelt tale of an unlucky young woman who finds herself in a vulnerable position. Apparently, her heart is torn because a guy in her life showed her how to cry. Therefore, she doesn’t care anymore because she feels it’s too late to undo what has already been done.

‘Torn (acoustic cover)’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable cover possesses acoustic instrumentation flavored with a commercial pop aroma. Furthermore, “Torn (acoustic cover)” is a cover of Natalie Imbruglia’s debut single.

“Torn (acoustic version)”

Robaer, an expert in playlist marketing, has established himself as one of the biggest independent Spotify playlist curators around the world. His international references as a DJ include countries like Spain/Ibiza, Romania, Germany, and Austria. So far, his music has amassed over 37 million streams online.

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