The best thing about dance music is that it is universal. Anywhere in the world at any point in time, dance music is there as the soundtrack to moments that will last forever, and no one knows this better than David Guetta. Having been a part of the electronic music community since he started DJing in his teens, David Guetta has played a huge role in helping make and shape dance music history. Having just reached a personal milestone of 50 million likes on Facebook, David Guetta has given fans a behind the scenes look at one of the most remarkable moments in dance music history, his performance underneath the Masada mountain in Israel, 424 meters under the sea.
Both Avicii and David Guetta have been two of the biggest trailblazers in dance music over the last few years, headlining festivals, topping charts, and touring the world over. Not since the release of 'Sunshine' on Nothing But The Beat: Beatport Edition however, have these two collaborated on anything together, making news of David Guetta's remix of 'Addicted To You' a welcome surprise.
The Recording Academy and Hyundai partnered up to sponsor a music program where emerging artists are paired with well established artists to help mentor their career. This program known as the Amplifier Center Stage: A Grammy U Initiative, utilizes the Amplifier Center Stage online platform to allow emerging musicians to share their original songs via SoundCloud for a chance to have their music heard by a panel of leading industry artists.
The current group of panelists include pop singer Ariana Grande, Grammy-winning jazz pianist Robert Glasper, Grammy-nominated country artist Hunter Hayes and Grammy-nominated hip hop artist, Kendrick Lamar. Now it's been announced that two time Grammy-winner David Guetta will join the panel as the new ambassador.
Empire of the Sun's "Alive" has been all over the electronic music scene this summer as its remixes by Matt Zo, Zedd, David Guetta have been getting crazy play. Their other hit song off of Ice On The Dune, "DNA” is now also recieving a bunch of remixes from the likes of Calvin Harris, The Aston Shuffle, Yuskek and more.
Bad girl Rihanna continously suprises us with her edgy fashion, candid photographs, and daring videos, but this time, she has shocked us with something we never saw coming! The pop princess has managed to surpass five-time Grammy award winning legend, Janet Jackson's Billboard Record for the most singles at the top of the chart for an R&B/pop artist. The bad girl also managed to snatch the title of second-most No. 1s ever on the Billboard Dance/Club Play chart from Jackson, with her current hit, and 20th No.1 single, "Right Now," featuring David Guetta. The hit track places her behind Madonna who’s in first place on the Billboard chart with 43 No.1 singles.
Electric Zoo makes its triumphant return to its original location, NYC's Randall’s Island Park this Labor Day Weekend (August 30-September 1st) for three days of the world's best in electronic music. To celebrate E Zoo’s fifth anniversary there will be two main stages on expanded festival grounds—which can only mean more confetti, more music, and more fun. The two stages, designated Main Stage West and Main Stage East, will have headliners such as Avicii, Knife Party, Dada Life, David Guetta, Armin van Buuren, and Laidback Luke and others yet to be announced. This year there will be a total of five stages in addition to the two main stages for all you zoo animals out there to choose from.