David Guetta debuts new single ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone’ with Anne-Marie, doubles down with Lenny Kravitz remix
David Guetta has pulled out all of the stops this week. First, the French dance veteran remixed a seasoned talent from the rock spectrum, Lenny Kravitz, taking on “Low” from Kravitz’ eleventh studio LP, Raise Vibration. A matter of hours later, Guetta then followed up with a new collaborative piece alongside one of 2018’s most sought after new pop artists, Anne-Marie. “Low” is Lenny Kravitz’ entire brand in a song — alluring, groovy, and physical. It’s a track that might not an obvious candidate for a Grammy-winning dance music artist to remix, but when Guetta works his magic, it manages to complement Kravitz’ style exceptionally well.
David Guetta’s work of course is not done there. Coming through with one of the biggest electronic releases of the week, the “Flames” producer delivers a new original work titled, “Don’t Leave Me Alone,” anchored to Anne-Marie’s love struck vocals. The track sees both artists lend their understanding of pop music to an upbeat, electro-pop summer treat. “Don’t Leave Me Alone’ is bound for deserved radio play, and Anne-Marie, coming fresh off of collaborations with Rudimental and Major Lazer and Marshmello, absolutely delivers in top form.