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David Guetta & Black Coffee collaboration ‘Drive’ gets phenomenal music video


David Guetta has been a man of many twists and turns this year. Though the delivery of his BIG and F*ck Me I’m Famous residencies in Ibiza was both expected and to the incredible standard you would expect, the tracks that the Frenchman has played during those shows have thrown up plenty of surprises. After reverting towards his roots, Guetta’s Jack Back alias showcased his expert knowledge for production, and the house vibes that he took on the tracks set him apart from many others. To add to the surprises, Guetta’s fellow Ibiza resident Black Coffee – whose residency takes place across the road from Guetta’s Ushuaïa party on Monday at Hï Ibiza on Friday – brought the sound of South African deep house in a collaboration titled ‘Drive‘. The track has now received an official music video, and you’ll be blown away by it.

Shot in the open desert, the music video features one female character who heads the scene, as she drives alone through day and night. Though the video holds little in its story, it provides a perfect back drop the vocals of the track and, rather than taking too much attention away from the track, it further illustrates the finer elements of Guetta’s collaboration with Black Coffee, AKA Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo. With a combined age of 93, the duo are vastly experienced, and that shows through the track, and choice of video at that. The simplicity of ‘Drive‘ is what makes it such a special track, and the deep house vibe that Guetta and Black Coffee have taken on this has been executed at the highest degree.

To check the video out for yourself, and listen to the phenomenal track between David Guetta, Black Coffee, and the incredible Delilah Montagu on vocals, take a look at the link below.





Lewis is a 21 year old writer and editor for We Rave You based in the UK. Since joining the team in 2018, Lewis has brought exclusive interviews with the likes of CamelPhat and Third Party to the WRY readers, and worked on collaborative projects with Anjunabeats, Kryder/Sosumi Records, and the recently launched We Rave You Magazine. He is also an active DJ and producer, playing sets across the UK and at Tomorrowland in 2019, and works collaboratively with fellow editor Jake Gable to run renowned UK company The EVENT. An advocate for the #ProgIsAlive movement, Lewis continues to bring cutting edge music content through his own sounds and his contributions to We Rave You.

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