Usher, Akon, Timbaland And More To Feature On New David Guetta Album

David Guetta has been around for a while now. Arguably, he's been famous for a long time but it wasn't until 2009's release of One Love that he really became an A-list artist. The album spawned a couple massive hits including When Love Takes Over, Gettin Over, Sexy Bitch, Memories, One Love etc. He might of been well known before but that album definitely helped make his name more mainstream.

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David Guetta has been around for a while now. Arguably, he’s been famous for a long time but it wasn’t until 2009’s release of One Love that he really became an A-list artist. The album spawned a couple massive hits including When Love Takes Over, Gettin Over, Sexy Bitch, Memories etc. He might of been well known before, but that album definitely helped make his name more mainstream.

On August 30th Guetta will release his new album, Nothing But The Beat. The lead single, Where Them Girls At, featured Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida and was released a while back. Then we got the second single, which dropped last week. It’s called Little Bad Girl and features Taio Cruz and Ludacris. Fans weren’t let down with either song as Guetta gave us two fantastic tracks that are destined to be hits. If the two singles any indication of what’s to come, then we’re in for a real treat.

On the two singles we’ve already heard, there have been a number of features from well known artists. Being a David Guetta album though, you can expect there to be a whole lot more and not only are we getting more features, but the majority of them are from A-list artists. Along with Taio Cruz, Ludacris, Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida, the album will see artists like Usher, will.i.am, Snoop Dogg, Akon, Jennifer Hudson, Sia, Timbaland, and Dev hopping on to help the French hitmaker.

Impressive line up if you ask me and with the two singles we’ve already heard, all things point to success for the album. I love the two singles we’ve already heard and being one of my favorite artists, that August 30th release date can’t come soon enough!


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