David Guetta shared ‘Teaming up with FFRR again this Friday for something brand new for summer’ about releasing ‘Family Affair (Dance For Me)‘
Dancefloors, get ready to implode, as David Guetta had a bombastic summer hit up his sleeve. Throughout his brilliant career, Guetta has been synonymous with big bangers, the kind that once they get in your ear you can hardly get them out. Whether you like it more or less, everybody dances, everybody parties. There is something, a secret ingredient that makes his productions intoxicating, something that this new single doesn’t lack. Those who have been following the French DJ and producer have already identified an incendiary bomb in David Guetta’s sets. Full of groove and rhythm, with bouncy energy that makes you shake your hips, this dance tune has lyrics that many will recognise. ‘Let’s get it crunk up on / Have fun up on, up in this dancery / We got ya’ll open, now ya floatin’ / So you gots to dance for me’ that can be heard in the video David Guetta shares on social media to announce the release of his new track via FFRR is the lyrics written by Mary J. Blige for ‘Family Affair‘, one of her biggest hits, part of the 2001 album ‘No More Drama‘. The original is a pearl of good old R&B, full of sensuality and soul. Guetta’s new offering keeps the spicy charisma and pulls in the bpm to ensure a frenetic and equally sensual beat on the dancefloor. Modernised, it’s packed with layers that build tension and culminate in a floor-shaking sonic climax. The summer season is reaching its peak and this beauty is sure to set all the clubs and festivals on fire in the weeks to come.
With ‘Family Affair (Dance For Me)’ David Guetta returns tothe label originally founded by Pete Tong, after having released two major tracks on FFRR in 2019: ‘Never Be Alone‘ by David Guetta featuring Aloe Blacc, and also ‘Thing For You‘ by Guetta and Martin Solveig were released via this imprint. Friday is just around the corner, so be sure to pre-save ‘Family Affair (Dance For Me)’ to be the first to hear it.