About David Guetta
Whether it's dubstep, synthesizers, or just pure baseline, house music is a force to be reckoned with. French house music producer David Guetta started his career as a DJ in the 1980s and 1990s in a night club. As a co-founder of Gum Productions, Guetta released his first album entitled Just a Little More Love in 2002.This debut studio album featured two main vocalists including Chris Williams and Barbara Tucker. Four singles from the album were released, including Just a Little More Love, Love Don't Let Me Go, People Come People Go, and Give Me Something. Guetta's subsequent album, Guetta Blaster, was released in 2004, while the third album released was called Pop Life in 2007. Guetta's single, Love is Gone, was the first to hit the top 100 on the UK Singles chart. To add to its popularity, it was remixed by Fred Riester and Joachim Garraud and hit clubs all around the world. Next, Guetta released his 2009 album titled One Love, which included several hit singles that increased his popularity throughout Europe and North America. The hit singles from this album included When Love Takes Over with Kelly Rowland, Gettin' Over You with Chris Willis, Fergie & LMFAO, and Sexy Chick with Akon. Another track on that CD, called Memories with Kid Cudi, became an international hit almost overnight. Since his break into the house music world, Guetta has sold over 15 million singles and six million albums worldwide. Voted the top DJ in the world in 2011 by DJ Mag Top 100 DJs fan poll, he released the album Nothing but the Beat that same year.