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David Guetta extends his long-term partnership with EMI Music

We’re thrilled to announce that David Guetta, the most successful electronic artist in the world right now, has renewed his recording contract with EMI Music. David’s first ever single, ‘Just A Little More Love’ was released by Virgin Music in France in 2001 and he has been part of the EMI family ever since.

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David Guetta with the EMI team after renewing his contract

David Guetta has sold more than eight million albums and 30 million singles worldwide to date as well as winning two Grammy Awards. His current album ‘Nothing But The Beat’ has sold more than 2.7 million copies to date as well as 14 million singles and has been certified platinum in 15 countries.

Says the man himself: “EMI is home to me. They believed in my music a decade ago when EDM was just an underground scene and took it to another level. I trust in family, energy and spirit.  I’ve had a wonderful group of music loving people surround and support me; they committed to me and I am very happy to extend my deal with the best team on the planet. It’s been an incredible journey and this is just the beginning!”

The new David Guetta video ‘I Can Only Imagine’ featuring Chris Brown and Lil Wayne has just come out. Check it out htere:

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