Relive Nicky Romero & David Guetta’s forgotten collaboration “Think About You”


Nicky Romero and David Guetta are no strangers to producing high quality electronic dance music. Frequent collaborators, the esteemed Frenchman and experienced Dutchman have created some of genre’s biggest tracks.

Enjoying a resurgence of sorts in 2016, Nicky Romero has seemingly fully-immersed himself in the process of being a label leader, DJ and producer once again. Returning triumphantly from his battle with anxiety over the past couple of years, his work has sent his fan base into an excited frenzy in recent times.

David Guetta is as consistent as ever in 2016. Having a hand in several avenues of dance music at once, he is certainly one of the busiest men on the scene. Travelling to every corner of the globe, his recent income for the year saw him in the Top 3 once again. And with one of the most popular track back catalogue’s in music as a whole, we doubt that will be changing any time soon.

However, there is a track that the pair have yet to release. And it still persistently perplexes many fans.

Still standing as one of the most mysterious and infectious ID’s on the circuit, the track has puzzled and pained fans for several years now. Rumored to be joined by the iconic voice of Ne-Yo, the pitched leaks of the track make it hard to confirm. However the single’s composition carries the tell-tell signs of both David Guetta and Nicky Romero’s work, even though little concrete information has been given. Using the Guetta-esque clap-beat and deeper melody, its progression brings the elegance of Romero’s melodic build-up’s and drawn synths.

In turn, leading us to ask for the truth behind the track. And beg for its formal release. A track already ingrained on many’s nostalgic memories, “Think About You” is something that continues to have question’s and suspense around it.

But for now, relive the magic below and let us know your thoughts!





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