There are few producers in the world who have showcased more diversity than David Guetta throughout their career(s). The French legend started spinning vinyl on the terraces of Space Ibiza, playing more underground-style music, before launching into a commercial-filled span in the late noughties, teaming up with artists such as Akon and Kelly Rowland as he developed a full assault
The music world hasn't been in the best spirits lately, but all that is about to change with one listen of the new Don Diablo single. As everyone knows, he always delivers quality productions on a regular basis and new track 'Bad' is no different. Teaming up with Moroccan-English singer Zak Abel, the pair have proved that they are a dream team with this stellar track. 'Bad'
Taken from his 2014 album 'Listen', David Guetta's 'Bad' is still one of the most popular tracks in the Frenchman's back-catalogue, amassing over 360 million Spotify streams. Released on this day exactly 5 years ago, it's hard to believe that a full half-century has passed since the track dropped, but this one still sounds as fresh as ever! A collaboration with
Rewind a couple of days back, Dutch/Moroccan music producer Fadil El Ghoul, better known by his stage name R3HAB, dropped the crunching 6-track strong EP 'Radio Silence', compiled of stellar remixes among the original release with Jocelyn Alice. Yet so soon after, the DJ is back with a fresh new production straight out of the oven. This one is different, though,
There are some artists that need little to no introduction at all. David Guetta is certainly one of them. The man from Paris is one of the most established artists in the Dance music world, and has been making music for decades now. Everybody is well versed with Guetta's talents through tracks like 'Titanium', 'Without You' and 'Hey Mama' - given that his music is played by radio
Los Angeles based duo Lost Kings have experienced a rapid rise through the dance music ranks in the last year or so. They began establishing a name for themselves and gathering a healthy following by remixing some of the biggest songs of the last 12 months, including Imagine Dragons, Echosmith and Mako. And now they are making the leap into creating