David Guetta 2011

The best of: David Guetta

A veteran of the dance music industry, French producer David Guetta has played at just about every arena around the world, selling millions of albums in the process. We Rave You pay tribute to the legend with our Top 10 David Guetta tracks of all time:

10) Lovers On The Sun
This melodic release is taken from David’s 2014 album ‘Listen’ features the vocals of Sam Martin and features a highly Avicii-country/dance vibe.

9) Gettin’ Over You
A storming party release that hit #1 across many countries in 2010, the French producer teamed up with party rockers LMFAO for this mainstream banger.

8) How Soon Is Now?
Collaborating with legendary dance act Dirty South, this Balearic hit was a massive party anthem on the party island of Ibiza.

7) Where Them Girls At?
A beefy party hit laced with the vocals of R&B duo Nicki Minaj & Flo Rida, this 2011 stormer was released from Guetta’s ‘Nothing But The Beat’ album.

6) Grrrr
The ultimate teaser of a track, Guetta’s elongated build is finally met with a thunderous drop which makes all the patience worthwhile.

5) Sunshine
Teaming up with Swedish superstar Avicii for this melodic masterpiece, the influences of the ‘Levels’ producer are clear to see with a euphoric breakdown.

4) Bad
Laced with the instantly recognisable vocals of Vassy, ‘Bad’ has become a timeless festival mainstage classic all across the world.

3) Memories
A thumping melody which still goes off when played in clubs even to this day, ‘Memories’ utilises the slick bars of Kid Cudi.

2) Titanium
A singalong anthem, Titanium features Sia and focuses on finding the inner strength to prove your worth to the world. Inspirational and highly motivating.

1) When Love Takes Over
One of David’s first ever mainstream success stories, this Kelly Rowland-infused banger was the sound of the summer back in 2009.

(BA Hons Journalism), 30, London. NCTJ-accredited journalist and dance music lover specialising in interviews, features, editorial work, and reviews. www.journojake.com

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