David Guetta Announces November Album Release, New Song Next Week

DJ David Guetta at Suburbia Music Festival
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May 4: DJ David Guetta performs during Suburbia Music Festival in Plano, Texas. 

David Guetta's long-in-the-works follow-up to 2011’s Nothing but the Beat now has a release date. The French DJ revealed during a Twitter Q&A with SiriusXM Hits 1 that the new album is due out on Nov. 24.

Guetta also revealed that he has a new song out on Monday (Oct. 6). It’s all here in this tweet:

A rep from Atlantic Records has confirmed the release date to Billboard, and that the album will come out on Big Beat/Atlantic. More info on the new album is forthcoming.

“All I can say is that it’s completely song-based,” Guetta told Billboard during an interview at New York’s Electric Zoo festival earlier this month. “There are featured artists of course, but none that you’d expect with me, and really it’s just completely different from anything I’ve done before. That’s why it has taken almost three years. It’s just different. Like I have this record ‘Lovers on the Sun’ that’s out right now and it’s doing amazing, but it's still comparable to other records I’ve done. This next album has tracks I couldn’t compare to any other record.”

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Nothing but the Beat included hits like “Where Them Girls At,” “Titanium” and “Turn Me On,” and has sold 567,000 units to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Since its release, Guetta has co-produced songs for Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and Ariana Grande, and recently released the single "Lovers On The Sun" with Sam Martin.