New Songs: Diggy Simmons' 'Click Clack' and David Guetta's 'Where Them Girls'

May 03, 2011 08:41:04 GMT

Sixteen-year-old Simmons collaborates with his Atlantic Records labelmate Bruno Mars in 'Click Clack Away', while the French DJ nabs Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj in 'Where Them Girls At'.


New Songs: Diggy Simmons' 'Click Clack' and David Guetta's 'Where Them Girls'
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Two new songs come out almost at the same time. One titled "Click Clack Away" comes from young rapper Diggy Simmons who is the son of Run DMC's Rev Run, and the other called "Where Them Girls At" which is recorded by French disc jokey David Guetta.

The teen rapper teams up with Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Bruno Mars. "You shot me through the heart staring in your eyes/ So I might die a happy man today/ Just empty out your barrel girl/ It's alright, click clack away," the "Grenade" crooner kicks in the track.

While Simmons joins forces with Mars, Guetta brings together Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj to throw their rhymes in his up-beat music. "So many boys in here, where do I begin?/ I see this one, I'm about to go in," the Young Money raptress sings on the chorus.

Both Diggy Simmons and David Guetta are working on their upcoming album, and they are expected to include the new songs in the forthcoming studio release.

"Click Clack Away":



"Where Them Girls At":



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posted by 2muchmoney on May 12, 2011
I luv d music, pls kp it up, naija +2347038441005
posted by ed on May 03, 2011
diggys song is better

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