David Guetta Celebrates 10th Anniversary of ‘Nothing But The Beat’ with ‘Titanium’ Future Rave Remix

10 years ago, David Guetta’s Nothing But The Beat album shook up electronic music and assisted in its transition into pop. The game changing album still holds up today and was a terrific body of work. Celebrating its anniversary, Guetta and MORTEN inject their Future Rave sound into the biggest record from the album, ‘Titanium’.

The remix has been in the works since late 2020, with both MORTEN and Guetta playing it in sets, after multiple revisions – it now arrives in a legitimate capacity. Highlighting the tremendous vocal from the original, the pair build into their huge future rave drop with fierce stabs.

‘Titanium’ is an influential self-power anthem that heals bleeding emotions beyond the lyrics itself. In 2020 alone, ‘Titanium’ has accumulated 1.5 Billion streams, an additional 1.5 Billion streams on YouTube, and 500 Million views on TikTok. 

Guetta has teased that ‘Titanium’ isn’t the only record from Nothing But The Beat to be re-visited.

David Guetta explained: “The anniversary of my album ‘Nothing But The Beat’ is a milestone in my career. In part because of my single ‘Titanium.’ It’s probably my favourite all time track I have ever created and the one I love playing live. Listening to seas of people singing so loudly together in unison at my shows around the world feels so surreal. I also love working with Sia so much. She is such an incredibly talented singer and songwriter with a phenomenally unique voice. It made me so happy over ten years ago when she accepted to keep her vocals on the track. I still feel it would not have been the same without her. We have always worked so well together and that’s why I find myself going back to her over and over to collaborate throughout the years. ‘Titanium’ transcends across the globe and touches so many lives. I am so proud of this track and truly believe that this song forever changed my career.”





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