David Guetta and Marten Hørger Team Up for Down-and-Dirty House Anthem, “The Freaks”
The acid-fueled Spinnin' single features distorted vocals and relentless bass equipped for the dancefloor.
What happens when David Guetta and Marten Hørger team up? The freaks come out.
The two producers have landed on Spinnin' Records with an acid-fueled single, "The Freaks," which features distorted vocals and relentless bass equipped for the dancefloor.
The down-and-dirty collaboration has been in the works since Hørger debuted an early demo at Burning Man over the summer, according to a press release. Just a day later, he performed the track at Guetta’s show in Essen, Germany, leading the two to collaborate on it. Both went on to test several versions of "The Freaks" at their live shows through the winter season and ultimately finished it after Guetta’s performance at the FIFA World Cup in December.
Listen to “The Freaks” below.[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=7tuDmIpDUVM[/embed]
"The Freaks" follows Guetta's high-profile collaboration with Jason Derulo, "Saturday/Sunday," released just last week. He is fresh off of another year of hits, entering 2023 as the top artist on the Global Spotify Chart thanks to "I’m Good (Blue)," his track with Bebe Rexha which garnered him his 11th Grammy nomination.
You can find "The Freaks" on streaming platforms here.
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