Some of the biggest names in dance music have contributed to a brand-new remix package for David Guetta, Becky Hill and Ella Henderson’s collaborative smash single ‘Crazy What Love Can Do’, out 7th July.
The star-studded, eight-track release features a brand new version from platinum-selling don James Hype, who links up with Guetta himself for a shimmering big room club remix, centring around an invigorating bass line and injecting a dose of deeper, darker dancefloor energy into the track.
EDM powerhouse A7S centres his rework around scintillating drops while Brazilian talent Öwnboss’ club destroyer of a remix continues to crank up the dancefloor energy, having been released as a single last week.
Elsewhere, Bristol D&B favourite Grafix injects some slick, breakbeat euphoria with his version, and FFRR-affiliated James Carter opts for a sleek, bassline-driven take before exciting young duo HEADER close out with a high-energy remix, laden with the nastiest of drops.
A certified smash that’s already surpassed 100 million global streams, ‘Crazy What Love Can Do’ is currently sitting at #13 in the UK ‘Top 20’, after reaching #2 and #6 on the iTunes UK and Global iTunes charts respectively. This follows early support from the likes of BBC Radio 1, MTV UK and numerous other tastemaker platforms.
The release follows Guetta’s smash hits ‘The Drop’, featuring Dimitri Vegas, Nicole Scherzinger and Azteck, and ‘DON’T YOU WORRY’, with Black Eyed Peas and Shakira, tracks that have amassed over 50 million combined global streams.
This ‘Crazy What Love Can Do’ remix package is a riotous ensemble of A-list talent and fast-rising future stars.
ABOUT DAVID GUETTA:
Musical trailblazer David Guetta is an international icon. Receiving his 10th GRAMMY nomination in 2021 for ‘Hero’, his collaboration with Afrojack, Guetta was also nominated for 3 Brit Awards, voted the world’s best DJ in the coveted DJ Mag ‘Top 100’ poll and the best electronic artist at the MTV Europe Music Awards, both for the second year running, capping off another incredible year for the dance music visionary. He also won ‘Dance Act of the Year’ award at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Awards.
Maintaining an epic level of quality for his live streams during the pandemic and lockdown, he hosted his iconic United At Home series, a number of unforgettable concerts from Paris’ Louvre Museum, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the Icon Brickell in Miami, and atop the Rockefeller Center, raising $2 million in donations for numerous charities. With clubs and festivals finally open, Guetta performed an exceptional set at Ultra Music Festival in Miami, started his Residency at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas at the beginning of April, and will be appearing at more of the world’s biggest festivals and events over the summer including Creamfields, Lollapalooza and in Ibiza, with many more to be announced.
So far in 2022 he has released a variety of collaborations including a unique remix of Kodak Black’s smash hit ‘Super Gremlin’ which saw him venture further into the hip-hop world, and ‘Silver Screen’ with Felix da Housecat and Miss Kittin, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the iconic Smiley brand. To round off an impressive first quarter of the year he has just released new single ‘What Would You Do’ with Joel Corry and a new Jack Back offering, ‘Feeling’.
Despite the global challenges of the last couple of years there has never been a dull moment, with him scoring a global hit with ‘Heartbreak Anthem’ alongside Little Mix and Galantis and other smashes including ‘If You Really Love Me’, ‘Bed’ with Joel Corry, and ‘Remember’ with Becky Hill, sending him to #9 most streamed artists on Spotify globally. He also released a 2021 remix of his classic ‘Memories’ after it unexpectedly went viral on Tik Tok and turned his hand to an official remix of the global Coldplay and BTS smash, ‘My Universe’.
A master creative across genres, Guetta has gone from strength to strength with his underground-focused Future Rave project alongside Morten, releasing the atmospheric ‘Permanence’ as his first single of 2022. Additionally he returned to his uncompromising Jack Back alias for ‘Supercycle’ with Citizen Kain and Kiko. Celebrating 10 years of his massive ‘Titanium’ collaboration with Sia, Guetta released new remixes, including a mind-blowing Future Rave version.
With over 14 billion global streams, 50 million records sold worldwide and two Grammy awards to his name, David Guetta demonstrates time and time again why he is the most cherished electronic artist of our generation.