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EDM is a term that has recently taken over North America.
It’s a term generally used to describe music that doesn’t involve instruments, but to progressive house producer and DJ Nicky Romero, he had no idea what the term meant.
“EDM is made up here in America. Like, if you say that in Europe people will laugh at you,” said Romero in an interview with The Desert Sun.
Not like David Guetta needed it, but he brought out another star tonight.
Australian pop star Sia surprised fans for their new single, “Titanium,” during a rocking set in the Sahara tent.
It was no “Without You” with superstar Usher, like last weekend. But you know what? Guetta doesn’t need the help.
Thousands of Coachella fans elbowed their way into the tent to see the DJ.
He sampled Flo Rider’s “Good Feeling” and fellow Coachella artist Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know.”
He climbed atop his DJ booth, and he set off streamers during “Turn Me On,” his famous collaboration with Nicki Minaj.
Guetta seemed to wrap up his 85-minute set with his hit “Without You” (sans Usher this time), jumping and mouthing the words as much as any excited fan did.
Then he pulled out one more surprise.
“Before I go, I have a little gift. It’s going to be my new single in America, and it’s one of my favorites I’ve ever done,” he said.
Icing on the cake, David.