On Air Now
The Capital Weekender With Ministry of Sound 10pm - 5am
2 February 2012, 17:40 | Updated: 2 February 2012, 18:46
The 'Turn Me On' producer says the 'Super Bass' rapper is "incredible" in the music video for his new song.
David Guetta says he purposely tried to be "risqué" with the music video for his Nicki Minaj collaboration.
The French producer reunited with his 'Where Them Girls At' partner on 'Turn Me On', and premiered the song's steampunk-inspired music video last week.
"It's a little more risqué. I don't know if everybody's going to love it," David told MTV News this week. "I don't know if it's going to make me sell records, and to be honest I don't really care."
"I wanted to have a video that is a piece of art by itself," he continued. "I am so excited about this video. It's absolute madness and Nicki delivers, always."
The 'Without You' producer added: "She's the most incredible rapper [and] singer, but visually I think no one can come close to her in terms of expressions and looks."
David Guetta is currently at number one one the Vodafone Big Top 40 with his Sia collaboration 'Titanium'.