David Guetta's new album is just around the corner. To bring the excitement close to the boiling point, the French DJ has unveiled the tracklist for his latest studio outing.
Considering Guetta is one of the world's highest-paid DJs, it's not altogether surprising that a lot of people are curious about his latest foray into the lucrative world of EDM. The buzz surrounding Listen is pretty loud right now, thanks in part to the insane number of people David has assembled to help out with the endeavor.
According to the folks at Your EDM, David Guetta reached out to a ton of A-list musicians to assist with his latest record, and Listen is essentially a who's who of top tier mainstream talent. If Guetta wanted to ensure that his album sells a ton of copies when it hits retail shelves later this year, then he found the perfect recipe.
.@davidguetta unveils the official tracklist for his upcoming album, 'Listen'. http://t.co/ufZlULlSew pic.twitter.com/IVUTtkS0YqThe Official Charts Company points out that David managed to rope Nicki Minaj, John Legend, Sia, and many others to help bring his tunes to life. But the album doesn't end and begin with these high-profile musicians. Take a look at the entire tracklist below if you're at all curious about the artists who assisted Guetta with the project.
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1. Dangerous (feat. Sam Martin)2. What I Did for Love (feat. Emeli Sande)3. No Money No Love (David Guetta & Showtek) [feat. Elliphant & Miss Dynamite]4. Lovers on the Sun (feat. Sam Martin)5. Goodbye Friend (feat. The Script)6. Lift Me Up (feat. Nico & Vinz)7. Listen (feat. John Legend)8. Bang My Head (feat. Sia)9. Yesterday (feat.Bebe Rexha)10. Hey Mama (feat. Nicki Minaj)11. Sun Goes Down (David Guetta & Showtek) [feat. MAGIC! & Sonny Wilson]12. S.T.O.P (feat. Ryan Tedder)13. I'll Keep Loving You (feat. Jaymes Young & Birdy)14. The Whisperer (feat. Sia)15. Bad (David Guetta & Showtek) [feat. Vassy]16. Rise (feat. Skylar Grey)17. Show Me Down (feat. Skylar Grey)18. Dangerous (Robin Schulz Remix) [feat. Sam Martin]
Although Listen will likely appeal to David Guetta's fans, The Inquisitr previously reported that the DJ is actually nervous about the record. In his opinion, it's completely different from his previous work, and he's a bit concerned about what people will think about it.
"All I can say is that it's completely song-based. There are featured artists of course, but none that you'd expect with me, and really it's just completely different from anything I've done before. That's why it has taken almost three years. It's just different. Like I have this record 'Lovers on the Sun' that's out right now and it's doing amazing, but it's still comparable to other records I've done. This next album has tracks I couldn't compare to any other record."Are you planning to pick up a copy of David Guetta's Listen on November 24?