Bebe Rexha Reunites With David Guetta On Eiffel 65-Sampling Banger

Mike Wass | March 27, 2017 6:44 pm
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David Guetta took the stage at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival over the weekend and debuted a new collaboration with Bebe Rexha. The duo, who previously worked together on 2015 hit “Hey Mama,” interpolate Eiffel 65’s 1999 smash “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” on the floorfiller. “I’m good, yeah I’m feeling alright. Baby, I’m gonna have the best fuckin’ night of my life,” the pop star wails, “and wherever it takes me I’m down for the ride, baby don’t you know that I’m good.” That’s when the bone-rattling drop kicks in and everything goes nuts.

This reminds me a little of the French DJ’s darker pre-Listen output like “Bad” and “Blast Off.” It’s unclear if the song features on his upcoming 7th LP or if it’s a festival-only experiment. My money’s on the former. The sample is so iconic that you can’t help but be drawn into the song, if you like it or not. It’s also something of a return to form after the insipid “Light My Body Up,” which is proof that even a dream team can occasionally lose. Listen to the track, which I assume is called “Good,” below before its removed from YouTube.

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