Top 3 David Guetta Songs And Remixes

Along with Daft Punk and Tiesto, David Guetta is one of the founding artists in the EDM scene. While EDM artists like The Chainsmokers now monopolise the contemporary music scene, there was once a time when house music had to compete with the early 2000s and late 1990s rock – think Nickelback, Matchbox Twenty and blink-182. David Guetta’s tracks helped put the EDM scene on the map, and here are some of his best.

Titanium (2011)

Featuring vocals from Australian singer, Sia, “Titanium” was one of the biggest hits of 2011. The music video became insanely popular, churning out billions of views.

Play Hard (2011)

Guetta’s “Play Hard” is incredibly catchy, making it perfect for any Friday or Saturday night house party. Featuring Ne-Yo and Akon, “Play Hard” is an essential EDM track for your next house party mix.

Memories (2009)

“Memories” has arguably one of the best choruses in any EDM song. It was released as the fourth single of Guetta’s fourth studio album, “One Love”. It turned out to be a massive hit, becoming a top 5 hit in Austria, Czech Republic, Australia, Finland, New Zealand and Ireland. If you want a throwback to the late 200s EDM scene, this is the one.






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