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David Guetta recently broke down a formula for success. He said success is mostly down to hard work and luck — not talent. His  formula for success is “talent 20 percent, work probably 70 percent and 10 percent of luck.” In fact, he credits his long lasting career to hard work and persistence.

He goes on talk about his calloborations with Nicki Minaj and Sia.” I think we made records that were really life-changing together. And I feel like they became such huge stars and I think it’s amazing that they’re always here from me and really appreciate it.”

Unlike most DJ’s and producers, Guetta is motivated to make records because he loves the stage. “You know, like, I think a lot of new producers, DJs … they start by being producers and then because of having a successful record they go to [the] stage and become DJs. For me it’s the other way around. I go to the studio because when I’m making music, I’m imagining the moment I’m going to drop this record. And the amazing feeling of happiness … [is] what makes me want to work those 16 hours a day sometimes in the studio.”

Guetta’s dream collaboration is Adele. “There are many people that I want to work with. I would love to work with Adele, which I never did. But, at the same time, probably the biggest dream is to find a new Sia. Someone that can write and sing and that is unknown and that we can develop something together. That’s the ultimate dream really.

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Medii releases the edm infused pop track “Drunk On You”. All in all, it’s an impressive production coupled with great songwriting. The production duo Ari Kyle & Adam Lilley had Joelina Drews take on the vocals and told Kings, “When Joelina sent us her demo of Drunk on You, it was just her and some piano. We immediately knew she had something special. The rawness of the lyrics and her amazing tone was a perfect starting point and inspired us to match her style with a bit of our own twist.” Additionally, the pair has worked on official releases for Tritonal, BRKLYN, Disco Fries, and Thomas Hayes. Give it a listen!

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Dublin based Bitch Falcon drop the rock track Prime Number. It’s really noisy and pretty at the same time. The three piece indie band blends rock, grunge, and pop. Think The Breeders and Wolf Alice. Lead singer Lizzie Fitzpatrick tells Kings, “It’s basically an apology song, for people close to me for being too self-obsessed and narcissistic to the point of pushing them away. It’s a nod to myself trying too hard to be cool and I’m probably better off just being plain ole me.” They will tour the UK with The Mothers Ruin Bristol with Haggard Cat, Drones and InTechnicolour. Give it a stream!,

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New Jersey’s Deal Casino dropped the track Cookman. The Asbury Park band are definitely solidifying their own signature sound coupled with strong songwriting. The track Cookman may be their best yet which pokes fun at pop culture with lyrics like “And on Cookman Ave, everyone looks like you, they got all the same cheap traditional tattoos”. The band will tour in November opening for the Wrecks and will play some headlining shows in December.

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Kings favorite Night Lights drop the track Talk To Me. Once again, the Los Angeles band reveals they can write familiar radio hits. Featured on Indie Shuffle, NPR, BBC, and LA Weekly, the electro pop band is a shot away from becoming indie kingpins. They’ve also charted on Spotify’s Viral 50 Global and Viral 50 US.  The latest song was produced by Brian Philipps (Walk the Moon, COIN).

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