David Guetta is highly considered to be one of dance music’s biggest pioneers. For over three decades, the French producer has solidified his status as a legend in this business through his array of hits, as well as a countless number of memorable performances all across the globe. Guetta has tremendously changed the game for the new generation of artists and he still continues to do so even to this day.
From his early work, such as “Love Don’t Let Me Go” and “Stay” with Chris Willis, to his more recent productions like “This One’s For You” with Zara Larsson, Guetta’s portfolio is undoubtedly a formidable one. As a result, he has successfully received a plethora of platinum certifications as well as a couple of Grammy Awards.
Another standout track from Guetta’s lengthy discography would be his 2004 classic titled “The World is Mine“, which celebrates its 12-year anniversary today. The track features the vocals of Belgian musician JD Davis and was the third single of Guetta’s second studio album called ‘Guetta Blaster’.
With its old-school house elements, “The World is Mine” definitely brings us through a state of nostalgia. Having such a seamless combination of catchy beats, striking vocals, and well-designed melodies, this track overall delivers a stunning listening experience and proves to be one of Guetta’s best productions.
Relive the track below: