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David Guetta for more than twelve years in the Dutch Top 40: ‘Very proud’

David Guetta has been listed in the Dutch Top 40 for longer than any artist, Eva Jinek told the producer and DJ on Monday in the talk show Jinek. With a total of 629 weeks, more than twelve years ago, the Frenchman beats Rihanna, The Rolling Stones, Armin van Buuren and Madonna, among others.

David Guetta has been listed in the Dutch Top 40 for longer than any artist, Eva Jinek told the producer and DJ on Monday in the talk show Jinek. With a total of 629 weeks, more than twelve years ago, the Frenchman beats Rihanna, The Rolling Stones, Armin van Buuren and Madonna, among others.

“Amazing, thank you”, Guetta responded after presenter Eva Jinek presented him with a trophy. “I’m going to keep this one. It makes me very proud.”

“And a lot of love for the people in the Netherlands”, Guetta – known for Titanium, 2U and Dangerous, among others – continued his acceptance speech. “I have many Dutch friends. My Dutch production partner is a genius on the piano and I am friends with Afrojack and Martin Garrix.”

As a result, Guetta finds his newly acquired title even more special, he tells Jinek. “The fact that I can receive this in the land of dance music touches me even more.”

On the talk show, Guetta went on to say that he expects 2021 to be “the greatest celebration year in the history of the planet” because everyone wants to party as soon as possible. “Thinking like that keeps me feeling good. I’m a positive person and for now I’m brightening up with this.”

The DJ is currently in Amsterdam for the Amsterdam Dance Event. Although that looks different this year from other years, courses and lectures are given. Guetta can be seen in The Evolution of Our Sounds, the closing event of the festival on Friday 23 October. Here he talks with Timbaland and Garrix about the production of dance music.

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