Indian mobile phone manufacturer Karbonn Mobile said in a press release that it is bringing DJ David Guetta to India for two performances later this week, the International Business Times said on December 17.
According to the released schedule, the Grammy-winning DJ will be performing in Delhi on the 19th of this month and in Bangalore on the 21st of December.
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Universally accredited with being one of the first DJs to open up the world of electronic dance music to global audiences, Guetta has established himself as a true, modern-day dance icon with a huge fan following in the Indian subcontinent, the Times said.
Guetta’s Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling album “One Love” and the album projects “One More Love” and “Nothing But The Beat” have produced numerous No. 1 singles and featured collaborations with everyone from Snoop Dogg to Sia and Usher to Nicki Minaj. He has continued to build on his vastly impressive, ever-growing musical legacy, selling more than 8 million albums and 40 million tracks, according to the Times.
Promising an exhilarating experience to Guetta’s fans in India, Karbonn will run several exciting Twitter contests, the report said. Participants need to follow Karbonn India’s Twitter handle @KarbonnSmart and answer five simple questions to stand a chance to win a couple of passes. Additionally, a lucky winner from Delhi and another from Bangalore will get an opportunity to meet Guetta.
Guetta is also scheduled to perform in Dubai on Thursday at the Absolut Base Camp at Live at Atlantis, according to Albawaba.com.
Guetta, the son of a Moroccan-Jewish restaurateur living in France, is one of the most sought-after music producers in the world.