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David Guetta anthem ‘Ain’t A Party’ turns 6 years old

Today marks the 6th anniversary that David Guetta released “Ain’t a Party” with GLOWINTHEDARK and Harrison. The track is one of the lead singles from the French DJ’s illustrious electronic dance music selection album “Fuck Me I’m Famous – Ibiza Mix 2013”, alongside with bangers that were played at least a million times all over the world throughout the year 2013, like ‘Play Hard’, ‘Sweet Nothing’, and ‘I Could Be the One’.

“Fuck Me I’m Famous” was originally a compilation of the most popular EDM songs, collected in an album by Guetta himself and his ex-wife, Cathy Guetta, following a yearly sequence from 2003 until 2013.  The albums feature the most acknowledged artists in the big room field, ranging from Eric Morillo, Martin Solveig, Bob Sinclar, Eric Prydz, and Benny Benassi, just to name a few. But “Fuck Me I’m famous” grew itself into something much more considerable than ‘just’ albums. It became a movement, a brand. Now the name represents a record label, as well as the spectacular event series of Guetta’s residency in Ibiza. And if one residency wouldn’t be enough on the glamorous island for the French icon, his alter-ego, Jack Back will mesmerize the crowd this summer, with his darker, underground electronic music at Hï Ibiza, on a weekly basis.

“Ain’t a Party” is a true statement piece in Guetta’s music repertoire, that the Dutch DJ/producer duo definitely contributes to. We are still patiently waiting for the release of their new collaboration, “Jump”, that was announced at Ultra Europe back in 2018. Until then, let’s go back to the summer of 2013, and enjoy the catchy beats that will probably bring back a few memories to everyone.

 



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