Perhaps no other producer has contributed more to electronic dance music’s current ascendancy on Top 40 radio than David Guetta. Collaborating with everyone from Madonna to Lil Wayne, Guetta’s fusion of techno beats and pop hooks has been met with huge success, paving the way for a growing number of electronic dance acts at the top of the pop charts. Case in point is Guetta’s 2011 album Nothing But the Beat, which features an impressive array of collaborations including hit singles “Sweat” with Snoop Dogg and “Titanium” featuring Sia. 2009’s One Love was a similar success, featuring the international No. 1 “When Love Takes Over (feat. Kelly Rowland)” and earning him a Grammy nomination for Best Electronic/Dance Album. Guetta cut his teeth as a DJ playing some of Paris’s hottest clubs in the ‘90s before releasing his debut album Just A Little More in 2002. A string of successful productions and collaborations in the 2000s would ultimately earn Guetta two Grammys and land him at the top of DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJs list in 2011. On tour in 2013, Guetta has been impressing ticket buyers with his interactive live concerts and extensive array of surprise guest performers.