Pierre David Guetta was born in Paris on 7 November 1967 and became the third child in the family. His father is from Morocco while his mom is Belgian. David was showing interest in music since childhood. He had an obvious talent, which was hard to overlook. By the time Guetta turned 15, he already performed at the local parties. Several years later, he got a job in the Parisian club, Broad Club.
When he was 20 years old, David heard the music, recorded by Farley Keit on the radio and got inspired by it. It was a house single. The genre was new at the time. Guetta realized that he wanted to pursue this genre and create something similar. Immediately, he started working on making his dream come true. A year later, the first songs were ready.
In 1990, together with a French rapper, Sidney Duteil, David recorded his debut single “Nation Rap”. Four years later, Guetta joined Robert Owens to record a new song “Up & Away”.
In 2002, Guetta released his debut LP, Just a Little More Love, which sold over 300,000 copies. He recorded the album with the assistance of a successful vocalist, Chris Willis.