David Guetta was born in the French capital, Paris, to a Jewish father of Moroccan descent and a Catholic mother of Belgian descent. Guetta made his first remixes at home when he was 13 years old, and then a year later, at the age of 14, he started organizing parties on the ground floor of the house.
Guette is a strong opponent of those who refuse vaccination and stresses the need for the vaccine to be taken up by all citizens, saying, “To be honest, I don’t see any other option, so I feel very lucky that I am in Dubai and I was able to get the vaccine. It is a very personal choice. I don’t try to force People do what they don’t want, but I don’t see any other way in the world. What should we do? And what else will we do? We cannot stay like this forever and let the economy collapse. I’m from France, it was one of the countries that revolted, and one of the most. “Countries are initially resistant. I see the numbers are changing now and more people want to get the vaccine. In my opinion, this is good news.”
During the lockdown period, Gita recorded Let’s Live With Sia. As for the effect of the shutdown and how the process of creating music was at this time, he points out that “it was not a good thing for him, like everyone else. But at the same time, he is trying to make the most of every situation. The artist says it is from a creative point of view.” , It was a very good time and it’s still very good because he spends more time at home and less on planes, which gives him more time to make music.