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David Guetta confirms new single and album

Superstar DJ David Guetta has released the first single from his much anticipated upcoming album, ‘Where Them Girls At’,  featuring Flor-Rida and Nicki Minaj.


His new album, his fifth studio set, features an all-star cast including Flo-Rida, Nicki Minaj, Taio Cruz, Ludacris, will.i.am, Akon and some surprise collaborations which will be announced in the coming weeks. The album will be released late summer.

The album follows Guetta’s 2009 international breakthrough ‘One Love’. Together with its accompanying 2010 re-release ‘One More Love’, ‘One Love’ has sold over three million albums and 12 million singles world-wide and spawned such hit singles as ‘Sexy Bitch’ featuring Akon, ‘When Love Takes Over’ featuring Kelly Rowland, ‘Memories’ featuring Kid Cudi, ‘Gettin’ Over You’ with Chris Willis featuring Fergie and LMFAO and his latest hig, ‘Who’s That Chick’ featuring Rihanna.

Since the release of ‘One Love’ two years ago Guetta has played over 400 shows and he is currently on tour in the UK and Europe before heading over to North America later this month.

Guetta recently teamed up with rap icon Snoop Dogg to remix ‘Sweat’ from Snoop’s latest album and the track quickly became inescapable on dance floors right around the world:

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