In 2013, Daft Punk released their fourth studio album called ‘Random Access Memories’, which featured one of their best-selling singles titled “Get Lucky”. Featuring the vocals of American artist Pharrell Williams and guitars from Nile Rodgers, this major hit has just hit its 4-year anniversary and in celebration, let us relive the track and all of the memories we have had since its release.
Daft Punk are known as two of the electronic music scene’s most iconic producers. Throughout their illustrious career, the French duo has presented some of the music industry’s legendary albums. From ‘Homework’ to ‘Discovery’ to ‘Human After All’, Daft Punk’s portfolio is undoubtedly remarkable, especially with the inclusion of the likes of “Around the World” and “One More Time” as singles.
Daft Punk’s latest album featured another one of their biggest releases “Get Lucky”. The track topped the music charts in numerous countries across the globe and dominated the radio airwaves for several months following its release. As a result, Daft Punk’s collaboration with Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers became a multi-platinum certified record in several regions, and received a diamond certification in France and Mexico.
With its groovy and funky signature sounds from Daft Punk alongside Pharrell’s distinctive voice, it comes to no surprise that “Get Lucky” turned into one of dance music’s most successful tracks.