David Guetta Wins Big At The 2010 World Music Awards
MONTE-CARLO, MONACO - At the 2010 World Music Awards, held at the Sporting Club in Monte-Carlo, top selling DJ and record producer David Guetta won three awards: World's Best DJ, Best Producer, and France's Best Selling Artist. This photo of David Guetta was taken at the World Music Awards just during his acceptance speech of one of his World Music Awards. David Guetta delivered a performance of three of the recent mega-hits that he produced together with the three top-selling artists that he worked with on them: Kelly Rowland, Will.i.am, and Akon. Each artist in turn accompanied Guetta for live performances of the songs - "When Love Takes Over" with Kelly Rowland singing, "I Gotta Feeling" with the Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am, and "Sexy Bitch" with Akon performing on stage.
David Guetta started his DJ career in Paris at the age of 17. His first hit single came out in 2001, and was produced on his own record label 'Gum Productions' which he co-founded with Joachim Garraud . The song was titled "Just A Little More Love", with Chris Willis delivering the vocals. Today, Davud Guetta is a much sought after record producer as well as being a highly accomplished DJ. In 2010 he was nominated for four categories at the Grammy Awards and he won one Grammy for 'Best Remixed Recording, Non Classical' for the song "When Love Takes Over" sung by Kelly Rowland.