David Guetta started DJ-ing when he was just 17 years old, and while he didn’t release an official album until 2002’s Just A Little More Love, the 43-year-old Frenchman has certainly come a long way since his days at the Broad Club in Paris. His 2009 album, One Love, made him a household name, and now Guetta is ready to release his fifth studio LP on August 30th via Capitol Records.
Contrary to it’s title, Nothing But The Beat does actually feature vocals. In fact, the the effort’s lead single, the Flo-Rida and Nicki Minaj-featuring “Where Them Girls At”, has already sold 800,000 digital copies. Guetta has also tapped the likes of Sia, Usher, Snoop Dogg, Timbaland, Akon, Jennifer Hudson, Taoi Cruz, Ludacris, and Dev to lend their talents.
To celebrate the album, Guetta’s camp will be giving away an eclectic hoard of items (trips to “secret locations,” phones, and digital tablets to name a few) via his Facebook page. Plus, those that don’t win get the consolation prize of seeing Guetta at one of his many festival dates.
Head to Amazon.com to pre-order Nothing But The Beat. “Where Them Girls At” is available to stream below.