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David Guetta Inspired in Scotland

King of collaborations, David Guetta, has revealed that a song he premiered at a recent concert in Scotland will be entitled 'Glasgow' after the crowd's overwhelming response. 

The electro hitmaker told The Daily Record that performing in the country inspired him to name the song after one of its biggest cities:

"It was amazing. I had so much fun with the Scottish crowd and it really was the best way to start a tour. There were some special moments when I played my new records for the first time. I played a new electronic track and the reaction was so crazy that I took the mic and said, 'When I put out the record I will call it Glasgow.'"

He added enthusiastically that he's a man of his word so fans should expect to see the track on his new album:

"It's an instrumental record and I will call it that because I keep my word. It will probably be on my new album in September. It's not a single, it's more of an underground track."

Guetta also just announced via Twitter, April 29, that he will release his new single which stars both Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida on Monday, May 2. Listen to 'Where Them Girls At' here:

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