David Guetta Teases 'Crazy' New Usher Collaboration

24 April 2012
Still playing "Without You" on repeat? Well, it looks like David Guetta and Usher will have a new one for you to play over and over again soon.

The French hitmaker teased to The Hollywood Reporter that he's worked with the R&B star on new music. "These are really big records that we're working on right now," he said of the twosome's latest work. "It's really crazy."

How crazy? According to Guetta, "really, really, really crazy."

While it's unknown when the music will appear, the two recently hit the stage together at Coachella. And Guetta was just as surprised as his audience by the last-minute performance. "I was playing, and then he came to hang out and just to have a good time," he told the Hollywood Reporter. "Then I saw him on the side of the stage and I gave him the sign. He was like, 'Do you want me to do it with you? To come on stage?' and I was like, 'Hell yeah! Of course!'

Guetta and Usher found chart success together back in 2011 with "Without You." And the singer explained that it was just the right time and place for it.

"I think the world wanted a record like that. That [song] really spoke to the journey that I've actually been on in the last three years," Usher said about that song and how it relates to his musical philosophy. "Traveling all around the world, music sounds different. There's many different genres, and when you see R&B and pop and house, as well as electronic, come together, that's the reality of what music is."

Guetta is currently working on new music, and Usher will drop his new album Looking For Myself in June.

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