July 11th, 2023

David Guetta’s Iconic Tracks

A name synonymous with the very essence of electronic music, David Guetta has been at the forefront of the scene for over three decades. The French DJ and producer has possibly the biggest hit ratio in the industry, consistently delivering chart-topping anthems one after another.

With multiple GRAMMY-Award wins, Guetta’s music has had a profound and lasting impact on the electronic dance music scene and on Ushuaïa Ibiza. In celebration of his infamous F*** ME I’M FAMOUS! residency we look back at 8 of his most iconic tracks. Each one is a certified classic and an incredible testament to his unmatched talent and creativity.

“Dangerous” (feat. Sam Martin)

Released in 2014 this track was an instant hit, reaching the top 10 in over 20 countries. Guetta’s propulsive production paired with Sam Martin’s powerful vocals ensured “Dangerous” became a favourite on dancefloors across the planet.

“Love Don’t Let Me Go”

This 2002 track was one of Guetta’s earliest hits and was the first time the respected French DJ crossed over into the mainstream music world, charting in France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Switzerland, and the UK. The track became an instant classic and still garners a huge reaction on the dancefloor over 20 years later.

“Titanium” (feat. Sia)

Released back in 2011, this track is undeniably one of Guetta’s most popular productions. One of two tracks on this list that has surpassed 1 Billion streams, “Titanium” was a UK No.1 Single and made the top 10 in 20 countries. The song’s soaring melody coupled with Sia’s powerful vocals, made it resonate with audiences worldwide.

“When Love Takes Over” (feat. Kelly Rowland)

This 2009 track marked a turning point in Guetta’s career. The infectious beat, soaring piano riff and Kelly Rowland’s soulful vocals still resonate today. “When Love Takes Over” won the GRAMMY-Award for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, the first of Guetta’s many GRAMMY successes.

“Sexy Bitch” (feat. Akon)

More proof that 2009 was a huge year for David Guetta, his second big-name collab of the year saw the Frenchman team up with American rapper Akon. Somehow managing to surpass the success of “When Love Takes Over”, “Sexy Bitch” hit No.1 in 6 countries and was Guetta’s highest charting song in the US Chart at the time.

“Hey Mama” (feat. Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack)

The triple-platinum anthem, “Hey Mama” became a dancefloor staple when it dropped in 2015. The track featured established superstars Afrojack and Nicki Minaj and is also the first time Guetta worked with American songstress Bebe Rexha.

“Memories” (feat. Kid Cudi)

Potentially one of the biggest party anthems of all time, “Memories” featuring Kid Cudi is one of the marquee hits from Guetta’s first international crossover album, One Love. An instant dancefloor hit, "Memories" is guaranteed to bring explosive energy to any club more than a decade after release.

“I’m Good (Blue)” (feat. Bebe Rexha)

Guetta’s most recent chart-topper, the Eiffel 65-sampling, “I’m Good (Blue)” is his fourth collaboration with singer Bebe Rexha and his second release to hit over 1 Billion streams globally. In a testament to just how on fire Guetta is at the moment, “I’m Good (Blue)” took only six months to reach this milestone while “Titanium” took almost eight years.