Alesso, Armin van Buuren and Hardwell are also among the long list of performers.
Disco Donnie, who’s celebrating his 20th anniversary as the event’s co-promoter, promised that 2015 will be the three-day event’s best year yet.
Afrojack and Ester Dean are also on the track, but it’s all about Miss Minaj.
The song will appear on Guetta’s upcoming new album.
The EDM producer realizes his F1 fantasies with real-life driver Romain Grosjean and lots and lots of models.
He’ll premiere the music video for “Dangerous” this Friday.
The new track is an evolution in Guetta’s sound, sidestepping the EDM bombast for some classic disco elements.
This year’s TomorrowWorld features an enormous who’s who of EDM’s biggest stars.
Zedd, Skrillex, Kasakde and Deadmau5 are also among the globe’s richest DJs — see where they rank on the list.
Fans watching online saw Guetta staring blankly at one of the video cameras while the camera operator took the opportunity to zoom in on his face, resulting in one of the most amazing (and disturbing) GIFs of the year.
For some listeners, the new song might bear more than just a passing resemblance to the recent work of another EDM superstar.
Oakenfold is a big soccer fan, calling it a “massive part of my life.” He’s a diehard fan of Britain’s Chelsea FC, even though most of his family supports the rival Arsenal team.
The dynamic duo took time out at this year’s Coachella festival to regale us with tales from the studio, how they became good friends with David Guetta and why the Netherlands produces so many EDM superstars.
TomorrowWorld 2014 will also feature appearances from Zedd, David Guetta, Diplo, Martin Garrix, Bassnectar and Richie Hawtin.
Watch all of the action live from Miami’s Bayfront Park with Afrojack, Deadmau5, Tiesto, David Guetta and more – the next best thing to being there!
It was a stunning spectacle when Guetta rocked thousands at a rave by the Dead Sea in Israel.