Taken from the eagerly-anticipated fifth artist album of the French superstar named ”Nothing But The Beat” is Lunar – the new collaboration alongside his partner in crime from Holland, Afrojack. Following on from the crammed release schedule of 2011, featuring Where Them Girls At and Little Bad Girl to name a couple, David Guetta and Afrojack are yet again joining up for a follow-up collaboration to their remix of Sweat. The album that is set to release on August 29th worldwide, headlined by this true mergering pioneer of all festival anthems with its distinct crossover of Dutch house and a dash of inspiration from the inimitable Daft Punk duo that is Lunar. Hailing from the Netherlands, Afrojack has scored himself some vast recognition lately with the releases of Prutataaa, with R3hab, and 2011’s Tomorrowland anthem alongside Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike and Nervo – The Way We See The World – and is now taking part of world renowned Guetta’s new album, joining in on the already unveiled collaboration with Avicii named Sunshine. It’s now available as single release via EMI Music.

David Guetta & Afrojack – Lunar [EMI Music] – Beatport Link


6 Comments to “Release: David Guetta & Afrojack – Lunar [EMI]”

  • The right title should be “Afrojack – Lunar”.

  • Vad har Guetta möjligtvis bidragit med? Hämtat vatten till Afrojack eller?

  • Daft punk vaknaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

  • Vad har alla emot Guetta? Bara för att han gått mainstream? Han gör fortfarande bra housemusik och hans set från Summerburst var riktigt bra.

  • awesome

  • Linus, du är färsking. Vänta några år så får vi se vad du säger.

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