David Guetta Teams Up with Anne-Marie & Coi Leray for a ’90s Remake: ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me

Renowned DJ and producer David Guetta is back with a new collaboration, this time featuring rising artist Coi Leray and fellow singer Anne-Marie. The track is a remake of the ’90s dance classic “What Is Love” by Haddaway and was premiered during Guetta’s set at Ultra Music Festival.

Last year, Guetta traveled back to the ’90s with his hit single “I’m Good (Blue)” featuring Bebe Rexha. The track quickly climbed the charts and became the number one dance song in multiple territories, approaching 1 billion plays on Spotify.

With his latest collaboration, Guetta has once again tapped into the nostalgia of ’90s dance music while infusing it with a fresh twist. Coi Leray brings her unique flow and energy to the track, while Anne-Marie’s vocals add a touch of soulfulness and emotion.

The track is already garnering buzz in the music world and is sure to be a hit with fans of both David Guetta and ’90s dance music. As always, Guetta’s signature production style shines through, making this a must-listen for anyone who loves electronic dance music.

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