Grammy Award-winning duo For KING + COUNTRY recruits DJ R3HAB for remix of their No. 1 hit “Love Me Like I Am,” featuring Jordin Sparks

Multi-GRAMMY® award-winning duo FOR KING + COUNTRY drops the new remix version today of their No.1 hit single “LOVE ME LIKE I AM,” feat. Jordin Sparks.

Dubbed “LOVE ME LIKE I AM (R3HAB REMIX),” the song was remixed by internationally-renowned DJ R3HAB, and is available on all digital platforms. 

Written by Joel Smallbone, Luke Smallbone, Josh Kerr, and Michael Pollack (BMI Pop Writer of the Year; “Flowers” by Miley Cyrus; Justin Bieber, Beyonce); and produced by FOR KING + COUNTRY, Josh Kerr (GRAMMY® winning songwriter), and Jeff Sojka, the original track, “LOVE ME LIKE I AM,” is featured on their current GRAMMY® nominated, AMERICAN MUSIC AWARD-winning studio album, WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR?. The acclaimed album serves as the duo’s second Top 10 Billboard 200 charting album (#7).

The RIAA Platinum-selling brothers made up of Joel and Luke Smallbone recently scored their latest No.1 Billboard Christian Airplay Chart with “LOVE ME LIKE I AM” with Jordin Sparks, marking their 13th No.1 hit single (and 8th consecutive No.1 hit single) on the chart.  

Additionally, the Smallbones, with Hillary Scott of Lady A, recently garnered a 2023 GRAMMY® Award nomination for “Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song” for their collaborative track, "For God Is With Us". The song was co-written by the Smallbones, Josh Kerr, and Jordan Reynolds, with the official music video viewed more than 8.9 million times since its 2022 release. 

FOR KING + COUNTRY is currently on their 2023 “What Are We Waiting For?  The Tour Part II,” and tickets for the tour can be purchased HERE.  

The Christian pop duo also visited Manila in 2019 as one of the headlining acts for Found Music Festival at Circuit Makati. Just recently, the multi-awarded act expressed their interest in going back to the Philippines sometime in the future.

“You know, we hope to always come back to the places that we’ve been, because every country has its own individual culture—taking part in that was a thrill for us,” says Luke Smallbone, one-half of the award-winning music act. “By visiting different cultures around the world, you can learn something from each of them. We just enjoyed being able to spend time with our Filipino friends.”

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