British soul singer-songwriter Laura Mvula is a big deal. The 27-year-old’s first studio album Sing to the Moon was released in March this year to critical acclaim, making her the second British soul singer of African descent — after Emeli Sandé — to make a huge splash in mainstream music in recent years. She, a particularly moving single off Sing to the Moon, is fast becoming Mvula’s signature track, an irony considering that the song didn’t make any impact on music charts when it debuted in 2012. With any song’s popularity comes remixes, and She has been reworked at least seven times. Stream the best of those remixes, including a pulsating dubstep mix by Eagles For Hands, below. Sorry, no downloads.