David Guetta enthrals Delhi fans
New Delhi: Grammy-winning French DJ David Guetta, who is back in India after two-and-a-half years, says he feels excited to visit the country again.
Dressed in a trendy black-and-silver jacket, the 47-year-old sashayed down the stage crooning his popular hit number ‘Play Hard’, making the jam-packed audience sing along with their favourite artiste at the Budh International Circuit.
In between the song from his album Nothing but the Beat, he expressed his love for India.
“I’m so happy to be back in India, I came here two and a half years ago. That was the very beginning, I didn’t even know whether people will be liking the music or not.
“But since then I’ve seen all these music festivals exploding in India and EDM (Electronic Dance Music) has become such a big hit here. This is so amazing and I feel really excited to be back,” Guetta said.
Delhi concert marked the noted musician’s opening performance in ‘David Guetta India Tour 2014’ followed by Pune and Bangalore.
As the performance gained its momentum, the crowd went into a state of ecstasy with his tracks like ‘Good to be bad’ and ‘Shot me down’.
“It feels so amazing to be here and see David Guetta performing live. I started listening his music since the song ‘Titanium’ came out… This is like the best party on the planet for me,” said Rajat, a fan from Ludhiana.
“My legs are all tired after dancing and jumping but I can still go all night if he keeps on playing the whole night,” reacted another.
As a surprise for his Indian fans, Guetta performed a remix of ‘Numb’ by the American Rock band Linkin Park despite belting out his hit numbers.
“This was something which Guetta has never done before. Pushing his limits and providing the people always something new are his forte,” said Priyanka.