David Guetta wants his own song 'I Gotta Feeling' played at his funeral.
David Guetta wants his own song to be played at his funeral.
The 50-year-old DJ produced the Black Eyed Peas' 2009 single 'I Gotta Feeling' and says the track is so special to him, that its release was one of the happiest moments of his life and he wants it played when he died.
When asked by The Guardian 'What song would you like played at your funeral?', he replied: ''I Gotta Feeling''. And in response to the question, ''When were you happiest?'', he said: ''When I had my first kid and when I had my first big success with 'I Gotta Feeling'.''
David is also proud of himself for ''giving DJ culture more respect'', something he calls his ''greatest achievement''.
However, his career has not been all positive; he admitted that his most embarrassing moment was when he did a live stream to launch one of his albums.
David explained: ''When I was doing a live stream to launch my album. Millions of people were watching and the first audio file didn't work. I was the biggest DJ in the world and I couldn't even play one record. It was horrible.''
And he revealed that he takes criticism of his work badly.
The star - who admits ''losing inspiration'' is his biggest fear - said: ''Every time I put out a record, I feel like it's the best. So when a record is not successful it's very painful.''
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