David Guetta Releases Free Documentary
"Nothing But The Beat" is a full-length documentary-style film chronicling David Guetta's life, career and meteoric rise from underground house DJ to global superstar. The movie tells the inspirational story of the rise of EDM through the eyes of David Guetta and his friends; their impact on electronic music is ready to ignite music fans the world over. By fusing house and electronic beats with hip hop and R&B, Guetta has catapulted house music from clubs to stadiums worldwide, ultimately taking it to the top of the music charts. The release takes place just days after Guetta's headline appearance at Miami's Ultra Music Festival, one of the world's premiere Dance Music events.
Guetta says, "What's happened to Dance music recently is unbelievable. I've been a DJ for 20 years and "Nothing But The Beat" tells a part of the story through my eyes. But not just mine; my peers, those DJs who inspired me and my collaborators too. It shows how far we have all come and I hope will inspire all those new DJs, producers, and everyone to follow their passion. I wanted to give something back to those who have supported me and show people new to the scene and sound some of our history. I hope you enjoythis FREE download on iTunes globally is for YOU."
The film features interviews with and insights from dance music legends Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim, Laurent Garnier, David Morales, and Pete Tong. The most exciting new blood, Avicii and Afrojack plus some of today's most acclaimed artists who have worked with David including will.i.am, Kelly Rowland, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Taio Cruz and Usher. The movie also tracks the role David Guetta played in bringing together European electronic culture and US urban music; which changed the sound of radio in America. At the same time, the EDM scene in the US has exploded and NBTB shows how David has been pivotal as a DJ, playing evens like Electric Daisy Carnival for many years. A peek into the journey, David shares the ups, downs, struggles and victories as he introduces beats and bassline sounds to new audiences and the next generation.