Giorgio Moroder’s career is skyrocketing thanks to working with Daft Punk. Moroder is a music producer who worked with Daft Punk on their most recent album, “Random Access Memories“, which won a Grammy for the group. Now, the man behind the music isn’t ready to let up on his success.
Recently. Moroder confirmed he will be starting to work with new musicians, including David Guetta.
Moroder stated :
“I cannot mention the name now because the contracts are not signed, but I’m going to work in the next few days with a very great singer. Its one of my all-time favorite singers. In fact I started to work a little bit with David Guetta. So… do you know? It’s difficult to answer the rumors, but…. maybe. Maybe. I don’t know.”
Moroder is a disco production legend whom has worked with famous musicians like David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, Sparks, Donna Summer, Blondie, Berlin, and now Daft Punk can be added to list.
Giorgio Moroder is considered one of the true greats of disco and electronic music because he brought his European style to American music when he first started, Giorgio, if you couldn’t tell by his name, comes from an Italian family.
Some of Giorgio famous disco anthems are, ” I feel Love,” and “Love to you Baby.” He is a man of many talents because he is also known for his composing of soundtracks such as “The Chase,” which was the theme for “Midnight Express.” His style is also found in British bands such as “Pet Shop Boys”, “New Order”, and “Human league.” Later in 1984, Giorgio landed his biggest hit, “Together” in “Electric Dreams”
Giorgio Moroder has named some of the female pop stars he would love to work with.
“Oh There are so many right now that I love. I Love Lady Gaga, Rihanna, all the pop girls like Katy Perry. I think Miley Cyrus is very talented too. Apart from the Visuals, which you may like or not like, but her music is quite good actually. ” Wrecking Ball” is quite a good song and she sang it really nicely.”
Giorgio may not be that young, but his recent success with the ever so popular French Group “Daft Punk” pushed him to want to reinvent himself with other artists. From all indications, Giorgio Moroder has a lot more juice in him to continue innovating in the music industry.