French DJ and music producer David Guetta, is out with a colorful video for his smash hit, Big FU, which has already made some good impressions online.
The single, released in October this year, features exciting songstress Ayra Starr and Chicago rapper Lil Durk who all brought a unique style to the well-produced banger.
The melody talks about a relationship gone bad with the catchphrase “Big FU to my replacement.”
It is more or less a heartbreak song, but the up-tempo rhythm makes it a refreshing selection for the dance floor.
Draped in multi-colors in the video, the singers delivered an eye-catching show as they dropped verses on the theme of the song.
David Guetta, known for his electro-house style and uplifting productions, exhibits his exceptionality on the record with reverberating baselines. Ayra Starr and Lil Durk’s vocals added an extra flavor to Big FU which has garnered some positive reviews.
From songs like Titanium to Little Bad Girl and the recent mashup on Haddaway’s Baby Don’t Hurt Me,’ David Guetta needs no apology for his dominance and authority in the industry.
Baby Don’t Hurt Me which features two pop megastars, Anne-Marie and Coi Leray, is competing for the Best Pop Dance recording at the 2024 Grammys.
David Guetta has eleven Grammy nominations under his belt and has lots of collaborations with artistes from diverse backgrounds. His recent work with Zara Larsson on the song On My Love, had recorded close to 20 million streams online.
Multi-award winner, David, is one of the most streamed artists on Spotify globally, with over 42 billion global streams and selling over 50 million records worldwide.
Afro-pop star Ayra Starr, a contender at the 2024 Grammy, was recently named the most-patronized artist in Sub-Saharan Africa for her song Rush. She has served fans with irresistible jams and toured parts of the world since she landed on the music scene.
Chicago rapper Lil Durk is the lead member and founder of the record label, Only the Family (OTF). In 2020, he made his first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 with the single Viral Moment, and has since dropped others including Backdoor, The Voice, and 3 Headed Goat (featuring Polo G and Lil Baby).