David Guetta: Le nouveau single de Madonna est fait.
March 05, 2010 08:53:37 GMT
The DJ reveals that Madonna's brand new single which is worked on by him will be released very soon.
David Guetta recently addressed rumors suggesting he enters studio with Madonna, Lady GaGa, Britney Spears and Rihanna. "That's done, the single will be out very soon and it's amazing, I'm very happy," he told Nine MSN about the song he works for the "Material Girl" singer.
While he confirmed his involvement in Madonna's new studio project, the disc jokey said otherwise concerning GaGa report. Though so, the "When Love Takes Over" hitmaker admitted he once met the dance queen and would love to make beautiful music together.
On working with Spears meanwhile, he stated, "We both want to do it I think, we just need the song." He then continued addressing Rihanna rumor, "Same. I just need to find the right song for them. I think it's going to happen."
DJ Guetta enjoys 'rock star reception'
18:42 AEST Thu Mar 4 20102 days 22 hours 3 minutes ago
By Alyssa Braithwaite
French DJ David Guetta has been surprised by a rock star reception during his Australian visit.
French DJ David Guetta's latest album has given him number one hits around the world, thanks to songs like Sexy Bitch and When Love Takes Over.
But he still pinches himself when he touches down in a country like Australia to a rock star reception.
Guetta's latest single Memories is number one on the ARIA dance charts, number six on the main singles chart and is the fourth chart-topping single from his platinum album One Love.
The 42-year-old DJ and dance music producer has been touring Australia, performing at the Future Music Festival and this weekend's closing Mardi Gras party.
"It's been extraordinary. At first I didn't realise how big my records were here, so it was kind of a good surprise," Guetta told AAP in Sydney.
"You're so far from where I live in Europe and I spend a lot of time in America too, but here it's only my third time and I haven't been here for two years.
"The reaction of the crowds was unbelievable, really, really amazing. When it's a new territory it's always more exciting because you don't know what to expect."
One Love has catapulted Guetta from the underground club scene into the mainstream, thanks to a series of high-profile guest vocalists including Kelly Rowland, Akon, will.i.am and Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas and Ne-Yo.
He picked up a Grammy Award this year for When Love Takes Over, his song with Rowland, and said recently his phone hadn't stopped ringing.
"For me I got a lot of phone calls from very big artists," Guetta said with a smile.
Internet rumours have him working with everyone from Madonna to Rihanna - and most of it is correct.
"That's done, the single will be out very soon and it's amazing, I'm very happy," he said.
"We met. I would love to work with her but there's nothing yet," he said.
"We both want to do it I think, we just need the song."
"Same. I just need to find the right song for them. I think it's going to happen."
Guetta said he never expected to achieve this kind of success. In fact, he didn't even think it was possible.
Now he hopes it will help other DJs and underground artists break through.
"This is for me the main thing about my success - it's opening doors for other people from my community," he said.
"I always felt that our music was under-rated, was not getting the respect that it deserves, and now this is changing a lot so I'm very happy about this."
Source: Nine MSN.
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