David Guetta Forced to Pull Rihanna's Song From Radios


David Guetta Forced to Pull Rihanna's Song From Radios


His label asks radio stations in Europe to stop playing their collaboration 'Who's That Chick' because too many songs by Rihanna are on the airwaves.

French superproducer David Guetta was forced to ask European radio stations to pull his collaboration with Rihanna from the airwaves, because the superstar had too many songs in the charts at the same time.

The DJ worked with the "Umbrella" hitmaker on dance track "Who's That Chick", which made the top ten in several European countries. But because the star's album "Loud" was released at the same time, Guetta's record label asked radio DJs to pull the track in favor of Rihanna's new work.

He tells Britain's Daily Star, "My record label sent letters to all the radio stations asking them to stop playing 'Who's That Chick' as Rihanna's album was out at the same time. It was strange because normally record labels ask radio stations to play your music."

© AceShowbiz.com


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    joe
    Feb 19, 2011

    It should be upto radio stations what they play

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