David Guetta’s latest album Nothing But The Beat featured many great tracks, “Titanium” was one of the better progressive tunes within the first CD. New York DJ/producer David Berrie, creates a melodious remix that may actually top the original. The well engineered vocals are still prominent throughout the tune, the biggest difference between dBerrie’s rendition and David Guetta’s original is that the remix tends to be way more ‘house-friendly.’ There is a fine line between pop and house – David Berrie finds the perfect balance.
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