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David Guetta and Madonna's duet problems
David Guetta and Madonna have recorded a "huge" track together but it may never be released.
The DJ worked on a song with the Queen of Pop but it's believed the single will never be aired or released due to money problems within her management.
The 'Love is Gone' star explained: "It's a tricky situation, because she's now out of a record deal. We don't even know what's going to happen with it. It's a huge record, so it's really frustrating. The track is part of the Warner deal, but it's not on the album, so why would they invest any money in it? I was really unlucky with that one."
David also revealed that the US wanted him to change his sound before working with some of their artists.
He told the Guardian newspaper: "When I recorded 'Sexy B**ch' with Akon, his label said, 'You're going to have to adapt yourself to the American market. What we've done won't work in the US because of the style of the beat.' I told them they were wrong."
David has previously worked with Kelly Rowland, Kelis and more recently Fergie from The Black Eyed Peas. Their single 'Getting Over You' was released in the UK this week and received a million hits in 48 hours on YouTube.Posted on 2 Jun 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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