David Guetta’s collab with Ingrosso and Steve Angello turns 10 years old

One name in Electronic Dance Music that has been around for decades is David Guetta. The Frenchman is amongst the most famous DJs and producers worldwide amongst EDM fans and fans of other genres alike. The 50-year old from Paris released his first album all the way back in 2002 and he still produces hit after hit. One collaborator that has stuck with Guetta for a long time is Chris Willis. The US-American was part of Guetta’s first album ‘Just A Little More Love’ and other productions such as the ‘Would I Lie To You’. Another collab between Chris and David has just turned 10 years old: ‘Everytime We Touch’

The track was released back in 2009 and had two other prominent producers involved. Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello gathered in the studio together with David Guetta and Chris Willis. The two members of Swedish House Mafia were already a big deal a decade ago, just one year before the trio released ‘One’. The collab between the two Swedes, the Frenchman, and the US-American ‘Everytime We Touch’ is a typical house tune for the era, the vocals of Chris Willis suit the electric bassline and catch drop perfectly.

Next, to the Original Remix, David Guetta released a whole album dedicated to remixes of the track. The remixes are courtesy of InpettoRobbie Riviera, and David Tort. Each of the remixes gives a unique twist to the track. Inpetto’s remix takes ‘Everytime We Touch’ into some deeper sounds, Robbie Riviera’s twist reached the heart of Techno fans and the changeover by David Tort makes up a great House tune on its own.

Even though the track never had the success that other David Guetta production had, it is still a milestone and a gem in the French’s discography. Check out the original mix and all the remixes below!