It takes some guts to believe you can take music from the #1 DJ in the world and make it better. Dutch youngster Nicky Romero seems to be doing just that, taking songs from David Guetta’s “Nothing But The Beat” album and turning them into Dutch bangers. First, he gave us a giant drop on “Where Dem Girls At.” He followed that showing up with his remix of “Without You,” in which he used a similar drop to his “Dynamite” remix. If remixing two of Guetta’s songs wasn’t enough, Nicky decided to go for a third – “Titanium.” We think this is his best Guetta remix to date so check it out and let us know if you feel the same. Stay tuned for the release.
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