David Guetta reveals two new collaborations
French music producer David Guetta has long been a prominent figure to DJs and fans alike. Selling over 3o million singles worldwide and 9 million albums, the success has cast the star as one of the greats in the electronic music scene to date. Gaining international fame and mainstream success, Guetta has collaborated with an array of high profile artists on tracks which include his 2011 single ‘Where Them Girls At’ featuring American rapper Flo Rida, and the exemplary produced hit ‘Titanium’ which featured the vocals from Australian singer Sia.
In the latest news, David Guetta has just confirmed two new forthcoming collaborations after the star retweeted a fan account on Twitter who announced the two new projects in the pipeline. In the first of the two collaborations, David is set to bring in the Columbian hip shaker, singer and dancer Shakira and Jamaican music producer Sean Paul. From that announcement, one can only expect the track to facilitate those thunderous Caribbean sounds.
The second collaboration news brings The Black Eyed Peas with one of David Guetta’s tracks. The coming together does harbor some speculation over whether Fergie – who has shared a lack of involvement with the group – will join her fellow artists since their last big feature in many years. In the past, Guetta has worked with The Black Eyed Peas and gained chart success so we cannot wait to see what the 5 have in store for us again.
David Guetta has sure been busy working with other artists this year as the music monarch released his most recent collaboration with monumental artists Justin Bieber on their tracked labeled ‘2U’. He also dropped a new remix of Bruno Mars song ‘Versace on the floor’ while performing in Ibiza.
Check out below the tweet that announced the upcoming projects. To keep up to date with David Guetta head over to his website here.
— Nation Guetta Worldwide (@NationGuettaWW) June 30, 2017