David Guetta isn't bothered about making hit music now since his last album 'Nothing But The Beat' was ''full'' of them.
David Guetta isn't worried about making hit music.
The 'Titanium' hitmaker may have a long list of hit tracks to his name but he has admitted he feels less pressure to make chart-topping tracks now because his last album 'Nothing But The Beat' was ''full'' of them.
He said: ''It's a terrible feeling because I don't like thinking I have to make a hit.
''I feel so happy now because the album is full of hits and now I can just go the studio and have fun and not make hits.''
The 47-year-old record producer also admitted to feeling ''pressure'' to make songs that are different and believes his latest tracks 'Dangerous' and 'What I Did For Love' have helped him to achieve what he had wished.
Speaking on BBC Radio 1's The Official Chart Show with Clara Amfo, he said: ''But that's why I took my time because I don't like working under pressure like this.
''The pressure was not so much about making hits but it was being able to make something different from before. That was a lot of pressure.
''I'm very happy, I'm very proud because I think those records like 'Dangerous' and 'What I Did For Love' are different to anything I've done before. That was my challenge.''
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