Same loveable upbeat club sound, slightly new cast, same result. Matter of fact now that I think about it, it's been at least a few minutes since @davidguetta released a new #1 club hit. This time with a little autotune from @official_flo and a verse by the effervescent and audacious @nickiminaj, DG takes aim at American contemporary club and hits another bullseye.
This is probably a stupid supposition, but I wonder if people in Europe or more specifically France (where David calls home) enjoys the Americanized sound of his music now? The electro, techno sound has to translate and travel well overseas, but I'm wondering if they view him as all sell out since he went for the more lucrative overseas challenge of taking over and shaping American pop music.
Selfishly, I'm not too upset he came over and has helped fill the techno/house void that pop has been without for years. Can you think of ten American-made songs that you remember that have a techno beat and was gobbled up by contemporary radio? It's a challenge for me, so I'm gonna fall in line and keep subtly enjoying the hotness DG keeps putting out...that is until it's beaten into our brains and overplayed, then I will probably learn to hate it like I do most music that enter the final stages of a "popular" song's life cycle.
David Guetta feat Flo Rida Nicki Minaj - Where Dem Girls At|Download