Entertainment David Guetta has just gained a hallucinating sum (and it could change his career)

18:25  21 june  2021
18:25  21 june  2021 Source:   programme-television.org

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  David Guetta vient de gagner une somme hallucinante (et elle pourrait bien changer sa carrière) © C Flanigan

the reputation of David Guetta is no longer to do. Tube maker for twenty years, the DJ Parisien collaborated with all those who have made the world's great hours of world Pop World 2000s to the present day, from Rihanna to SIA via The Black Eyed Peas , Justin Bieber or Akon. Fort of this gigantic musical catalog at the fifty million records sold, David Guetta has become the eighth most listened music artist in the world on the Spotify platform.

of a colossal value therefore, this catalog has recently found a buyer. On June 17, Warner Music Group's

Twitter account announced the last big shot of the DJ. He not only sold the entire existing catalog, but also his future titles, Warner Music. The company now has the rights to all the pieces of the artist, past, present and future. To get this exclusivity, the disk house had to pay the strong price: about 84 million euros were perceived by David Guetta during the Transaction, according to the British Journal The Financial Times. In addition, the Bob Dylan icon also recently yielded its catalog to Universal Music Group, for the amount even more delirious this time of $ 300 million.

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partly dispossessed from his work

musical but probably comforted by this huge batch of consolation, the DJ welcomed the new one: "This is the right time to renew my creative partnership with my team of confidence at Warner Music . This agreement is to surround me from the best people to make sure I can continue to innovate with new exciting projects, while working on my vast catalog and continuing to build my career. " The CEO of Warner Music, Max Lousada, said that "it is rare for an artist not to define a genre, but transforms it. This is what David has been doing for more than two decades - global audiences and influencing whole generations of talents. [...] Despite all that he has done so far, there are still so many music, creativity and originality to come. At Warner, we are all very happy to expand our partnership with this world icon. "

The collaboration between David Guetta and Warner Music is not so young that it, since it had started in December 2013 due to the redemption of the parlophone label on which the DJ was signed by Big Beat Records, a subsidiary of Warner. The first fruit of this (almost) any young collaboration so, will be presented in July in the form of a new single, announcing his future

album under the aegis of the Warner House.


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