David Guetta, Brooks & Loote Mix Country Melodies With Big Room on ‘Better When You’re Gone’: Exclusive


Country and digital dance are removed from at odds in 2019. Avicii's "Wake Me Up" busted down doorways in 2013. The Chainsmokers just lately collaborated with Kelsea Ballerini, Alesso had a success with Florida Georgia Line, and Zedd actually struck gold with Maren Morris and Grey. All these exemplify the facility of a rustic vocal with dance ground taste, however David Guetta, Brooks and Loote's "Better When You're Gone" is likely to be the rowdiest piece of musical fusion but.

While none of those artists dwell within the nation world individually, there's one thing decidedly nation concerning the music's vocal melodies. It's a narrative concerning the pains of just lately misplaced love and people first few steps again into singledom. It has a Southern twang to its bounce, however when the drop hits, it's 100 % festival-sized adrenaline. 

"Better When You're Gone" is the second collaboration from Brooks and Guetta who beforehand had a success alongside Martin Garrix with "Like I Do." It's Guetta's first launch of 2019, out all over the place Friday, Feb. eight, however you may take heed to it a day early under, completely on Billboard Dance.