The Future Rave instant classic has already surpassed 25 million Spotify streams
David Guetta & Hypaton’s have unveiled a brand new animated music video for their cutting-edge Future Rave remix of La Bouche’s ‘90s classic ‘Be My Lover (2023 Mix)’.
Set in a Blade Runner-esque futuristic cityscape, the video features live footage of David Guetta and Hypatonscreened on the sides of high-rise CGI buildings. Soaked in purple and pink neon lights, the visual is a perfect representation of the Future Rave aesthetic.
On ‘Be My Lover (2023 Mix)’, which has already surpassed 25 million Spotify streams, the French mastermind shares remix duties with young viral sensation Hypaton, revamping La Bouche’s 1995 original with the dark yet electrifying blend of techno and progressive house that is David Guetta’s own Future Rave sound. Since being coined by Guetta and his partner-in-crime Morten Breum, Future Rave’s futuristic mix of underground sounds with festival-sized energy has become a genre unto itself, as proved by the pair’s huge 2022 ‘Future Rave’ tour, which included a Hï Ibiza residency and an appearance at EDC, as well as November’s acclaimed Future Rave EP Episode 2.
Guetta is fresh off of a legendary run, including new smash hit ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’, featuring pop megastars Anne-Marie and Coi Leray, and streaming monster ‘I’m Good (Blue)’, which hit #1 on the UK Singles chart as well as in 15 other territories including Australia, Denmark, Switzerland, Norway and Finland.
Young production phenomenon Hypaton has picked up the Future Rave mantle, going viral with his ingenious revamps of ‘90s classics. Though he’s been producing EDM and trance since 2014, it was in 2022 that Hypatonbecame an Instagram reel sensation with his clever reworks, earning the attention of the mastermind behind the genre, David Guetta. His music continues to go viral, amassing over 50 million views and counting and being shared over 100,000 times by accounts for the world’s biggest football teams, news agencies, celebrities and everything in between. Armed with a plethora of new, original, cutting-edge music for 2023, Hypaton’s rise to stardom looks certain to be nothing short of meteoric.
Fast approaching 40 billion global streams in addition to this year’s ‘Producer of the Year’ win at the BRITs and DJ Mag’s #2 DJ, David Guetta has skyrocketed to #9 most streamed artist on Spotify globally, selling over 50 million records worldwide. In his career he has reached top position across I-Tunes charts over 113 countries and achieving over 25 million Spotify followers worldwide. His previous single ‘I’m Good (Blue)’ hit #1 on the UK Singles chart, #1 on Global Spotify, #1 on Spotify UK, #1 on Apple UK, #1 on Amazon Music UK, #2 on UK Shazam, #3 on Global Shazam, as well as #1 in 15 territories including Australia, Denmark, Switzerland, Norwayand Finland.
Last month the international icon won the ‘Dance Song of The Year’ award for his latest smash ‘I’m Good’ at the IHeartRadio Music Awards, where he was also previously named ‘Dance Act of the Year’. He also recently received awards for ‘DJ of the Year’ at the NRJ Music Awards, Producer of the Year at the Brits and #1 Producerby 1001Tracklists, continuing to cement his status at the very top of the DJ pile.
An electrifying visual to accompany an instant classic Future Rave rework, ‘Be My Lover’’music video is a feast for the eyes from David Guetta and Hypaton.
ABOUT DAVID GUETTA:
DJ. Producer. Artist. David Guetta is a musical trailblazer and an international icon. Currently the #4 most streamed artist on Spotify globally and with 2x Grammys awards, 11x Grammy nominations, 7x UK number 1 singles, over 35 billion global streams, 50 million records sold worldwide, and over 70 million monthly Spotify listeners to his name, he has been voted the world’s best DJ in the DJ Mag ‘Top 100’ three times and won the accolade for best electronic artist at the MTV Europe Music Awards. He won two awards at the LOS40 Music Awards, two awards at MTV EMA’s, the ‘Dance Act of the Year’ award at the iHeartRadio Music Awards and ‘DJ of the Year’ award at the NRJ Music Awards, and was additionally named #1 Producer by 1001Tracklists, as well as this year he won ‘Producer of the Year’ award by the BRITs in recognition of his production successes.
The French producer mastermind has collaborated with some of the world’s biggest stars including SIA, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Black Eyed Peas, Shakira, Ariana Grande, Kid Cudi, J Balvin, Becky Hill, Raye.
Guetta has stormed into 2023 with his new dance smash ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’, with the two pop megastars Anne-Marie and Coi Leray. It arrived as the hotly anticipated follow-up to Spotify global #1 and streaming monster, ‘I’m Good (Blue)’. The track earned Guetta his eleventh Grammy nomination, receiving a nod for ‘Best Dance/Electronic Recording’, has garnered 1.5 billion global streams and simultaneously hit #1 at the US Top 40 & US Dance Radio charts.
Elsewhere he has provided remixes for some of the world’s biggest stars including pop royalty Sam Smith & Kim Petras, Coldplay, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion and Kodak Black. He also released the acid-fuelled remix of Sam Smith & Kim Petras’ ‘Unholy’, while he recently delivered his remix for Coi Leray’s new hit with ‘Players’.
A master creative across genres, Guetta has also gone from strength to strength with his underground-focused Future Rave project alongside Morten; the duo released their eagerly awaited Future Rave EP ‘Episode 2’, which featured the powerful lead single ‘You Can’t Change Me’ with Raye. He is additionally working on new music for his underground alias Jack Back.
His renowned live show experience has extended this year to headlining the main stage at Ultra Miami Festival in March, as well as his newly announced two Ibiza residencies: Hï Ibiza with Future Rave and Ushuaïa Ibiza with legendary party F*** Me I’m Famous!. He also continues this year with his own residency at Encore Beach Club in Las Vegas and many of the world’s biggest events and festivals.
While 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.
As he continues to dominate the global charts and play some of the most exciting sets of his career, all while expanding his creative vision, exploring new sounds and evolving as an artist, David Guetta demonstrates time and time again why he is the most cherished electronic artist of our generation.