David Guetta gets wet: would he release a song with Young Miko?

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This Sunday, February 4, the Grammys were held. A night where women have become the protagonists thanks to Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift, SZA and Karol G, who crowned the main categories, making history. Almost no star was missing from the most important night in American music. Of course, one of the most important DJs in the world did not miss the gala: David Guetta.

The music producer was up for two Grammy Awards for the songs Baby Don’t Hurt Metogether with Anne-Marie & Coi Loray, and One in a Million with Bebe Rexha. Although the musician left that night empty-handed, he was able to send a message to one of the most important stars in Spanish music of the moment: Young Miko.

During the red carpet, Guetta stopped to talk to TNT in Spanish, not knowing that he was going to end up sending a message to the Fina singer. “I’m going to make a suggestion, there is a girl in Puerto Rico, Young Miko. Young Miko and you together would be crazy. Her and you doing a song, it would be amazing”.

David Guetta has picked up the TNT reporter’s message. And what did he say? “Young Miko, I’m waiting for you to call me. Let’s work on this,” he said.

David Guetta and Young Miko, could it be real?

It wouldn’t be the first time that David Guetta recorded a song with a Latin artist. Without going any further, last November, he appeared on Ozuna’s album, Cosmo, with the song Vocation. A song that, furthermore, doesn’t sound bad at all. In fact, we have to admit that it is a real hit.

From this perspective, the famous French producer could record again with someone in Spanish. And why not with Young MIko? It should be remembered that Young Miko has become one of the stars of the moment thanks to great songs like Chulo pt.2, DISPO or Lisa. Furthermore, the artist is currently in the global top, thanks to the Bzp Music Session Vol. 52. So yes, we would love to see a collaboration between the two.


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