David Guetta, Fergie, Chris Willis And LMFAO Party It Up In “Gettin’ Over You”

May 18th, 2010 // 3 Comments

Last month the deluxe edition of David Guetta’s 2009 album One Love was added to iTunes, containing a re-recorded version of the Chris Willis jam “Gettin’ Over You” that now features Fergie and LMFAO on vocals. “It’s such a huge hit, it’s crazy,” Guetta told us in January. “The record company was like, to Fergie and Will—’You’re crazy! You cannot put out such a big record, because it’ll be competition to ourselves.’ So, we said we would wait until [The Black Eyed Peas] put out their last single.” Well, wait no longer—the video is after the jump!

The premise is a simple one: some dude sneaks into the recording studio while Guetta and the gang are cutting the track. The guy gets inventive, hooks up an outdoor speaker system and a party ensues in the alleyway (complete with dancing from hip hop crew the JabbaWockeeZ).

Rich Lee, who shot Black Eyed Peas’ “Imma Be Rockin’ That Body” video, directed “Gettin’ Over You.”

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  1. This honestly sounds like something from Black Eye Peas last album, and I’m not really even that into it. Fergie looks really good though and her vocals are pretty nice here, but this song is kinda like bleh we’ve been hearing this for 26+ weeks the past year already.

    Doesn’t do it for me.

  2. This blog is very good. I will come back here soon. Good job. Thank you for this info. And btw. I love Fergie :)

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