Jack Back — Back and Forth 07. It just goes to show, you should never put off for tomorrow what can be done tonight. This is mainstream Guetta unbridled. I'd love to see Guetta get his '70s funk disco band style back on. We all know half of what makes this song so incredible is Akon's insane lyrical content. Production was also handled by Guetta, Tuinfort and Afrojack. Again, Usher provides the perfect sing-along hook over Guetta's higher-than-higher synth melodies.
It's kind of a classic among old-school Guetta fans, definitely tells you how not serious people were about their house music back in 2002. Would be stealing the hearts of so many tween girls if it weren't for early hits from Guetta and? The song originally featured the vocals of American recording artist Mary J. The guitar solo after the chorus might just be my favorite little part. Jack Back — Think Think Think 10. Jack Back — Afterglow 09.
Jack Back — Pelican Mp3 08. Jack Back — What 2 Say 12. Critics were positive towards the song and noted it as one of the standout tracks from Nothing but the Beat. In my opinion, it does an even better job. Guetta suggested they start immediately, so they booked a hotel in London and wrote this song in one night. I distinctly remember everyone I knew belting out its chorus, regardless of how croaky their throaty cries came out.
That's the stuff nightmares are made of. In 2009, if you put Kid Cudi on a dance song, you were almost guaranteed a club hit. Jack Back — Inferno 05. The barber shop scene is definitely my fave. It's not a song anyone can deny. You don't need much else in the verses besides Sande's vocal, but we still love the maximalism of that drop.
This was the moment everyone decided tight neon pants and tanks with text were the only thing they wanted to wear. Who can forget the video, feautring Nicki Minaj as some kind of pleasure bot, coming to life mid-construction, singing from that weird metal skeleton mouth? We recommend putting it on when you're getting ready or pregaming. Guetta is at his best on this tune, harnessing the brilliant energy of festival anthems while maintaining a nostalgic house club quality. This is one of those songs that forces you to smile like a slow-motion blast of glitter falling from the sky. The video is super goofy and wonderful. Kelly Rowland is a beast on this one, a single from 2009's commercial crossover One Love, and in Billboard's opinion, one of the greatest dance pop crossover anthems of all time.
All I see in my mind's eye is sweaty skin gyrating in a crowd, arms lifted to the sky, couples making out. Barbara Tucker's rich, booming voice is beautiful all over this. Guess it doesn't matter, because this is one of the biggest hits of Guetta's career so far. Blige, whose version of the song leaked online in July 2011. Flo Rida is one of pop's favorite rappers, having made a career off of dance-hop party anthems.
. More of this bass, please. Sia is a vision on this track, a powerful force daring any detractor to step to this superwoman. Jack Back — Grenade 04. The upward motion of the bridge is perfect house energy. Jack Back — Overtone 06.
It's not even cheesy, although it could have been at any sonic turn. Chris Willis is the perfect soulful house singer, belting out all the pain of a broken relationship, somehow turning it into a self-affirming message of strength and resilience. No matter how you feel about him, is hugely responsible for dance music crossing over into the American mainstream. It's full of filtered synth and electro vibe goodness, which was very en vogue in 2007. There's a hint of Discovery-era in those electric keys matched with the pounding four-on-the-floor. This has some wonderful '80s edge to it too. Honestly, it's a dope tune, and certainly one that, once you've heard it, you'll never forget.