David Guetta’s Nothing But The Beat did so much good for the house world it is a joke. Currently, his collaboration with Usher sits atop the Billboard charts and “Titanium” has done incredibly well. The remixes have been teased and drooled over for quite some time now and they have finally arrived. This star studded lineup of remixers have given it their best effort, let’s discuss which is the best option for you.
David Guetta ft. Sia – Titanium (Gregori Klosman Remix)
Gregori uses the piano as his weapon of choice. Sia’s voice echoes over the amazing build up and then opens into a noticeably more tribal sound. While the drop isn’t huge, the track is meant to be on the more gentle side of things. Oh shit, maybe we spoke to soon. Fast forward to approximately 2:48 to get that adrenaline rush you have come to expect from this crazy Frenchman.
David Guetta ft. Sia – Titanium (Nicky Romero Remix)
Whenever you see the name ‘Nicky Romero’ before the word ‘remix’ you better be excited. Not only is this a little funky, but it is action packed. Guess what? It works. Out of this package this is the remix that is meant to blow a fuse in your speakers. This is right smack in the middle between progressive and electro, you’ll probably hear this at a club near you pretty damn soon.
David Guetta ft. Sia – Titanium (Arno Cost Remix)
“Lise” has been Arno’s biggest track this year, however, it has stiff competition with this remix. Arno’s rendition is the most closely related remix to the original mix. If you are into super progressive tunes, Arno Cost’s stuff better be within your wheelhouse. Is it just us or are all these remixes pretty sweet?
David Guetta ft. Sia – Titanium (Alesso Remix)
This is definitely meant for the big room. The elongated build up and spiritual take off is meant to lift people to whole new heights. Is Alesso the King of lead synths? Seems like his tracks are loaded with them, however, they are different every time. Dancing Astronaut would pick this as our choice to listen to at a festival.
We think this would be one of the nominees for ‘best remix package of the year.’ What do you think?