David Guetta: "Sia's Vocal Almost Didn't Feature On 'Titanium'"
8 February 2012, 11:34
The DJ admits his Vodafone Big Top 40 chart smash almost made its way into another singer's hands.
David Guetta has confessed that he was glad to have persuaded Sia to keep her vocal on his Vodafone Big Top 40 number one song 'Titanium'.
The French DJ admitted that the track was almost offered to another singer before realising the "emotion and quality" couldn't be bettered.
Speaking to the Daily Star, he said: "When Sia wrote 'Titanium' on my beat and laid the vocal it was intended to be for another singer. But the emotion and quality couldn't be beaten."
The star also revealed that grabbing the top spot on the chart is a fantastic achievement and he is glad to have done it with the Australian star.
"To be number one with her is a special moment. She doesn't want to be the face of the record but her voice is more than enough.
"This song has been voted by arms in the air wherever I play worldwide. It's a genuine club anthem and top of the charts," he added.
Meanwhile, the 'Where Them Girls At' star is set to perform alongside Chris Brown, Foo Fighters, Lil Wayne, and Deadmau5 for a special collaborative segment at this Sunday's (12th February) Grammy Awards.