David Guetta, Anne-Marie & Coi Leray Unite for ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’

David Guetta continues to deliver hit records one after another. Last week, he released his newest one: a collaboration with Anne-Marie & Coi Leray called ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me‘. As you can see, Guetta continues associating with big names in the pop world, even having Ed Sheeran as a co-writer on the song.

Everybody will instantly recognize the ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’ melody. In fact, the record is another masterful rework from Guetta – most recently streaming monster I’m Good (Blue)‘ with Bebe Rexha which earned the pair a Best Dance/Electronic Recording nomination at the Grammys earlier this year – of the timeless classic from Haddaway, ‘What Is Love‘. The iconic hook, paired with Guetta‘s mastermind production, creates a wave of nostalgic euphoria that’s guaranteed to enrapture stadium-sized crowds across the globe. The trio got together over the weekend to film what seems to be a music video for the track as the three artists teased the collaboration on social media.

Guetta recently released a remix of Leray’s hit song ‘Players‘ and joined Oliver Tree for ‘Here We Go Again‘ earlier this year. As for Anne-Marie, the British pop star released her single ‘Sad B!tch‘ and joined (G)I-DLE for ‘Expectations‘.

You can listen to ‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’ below. It is also available on all streaming platforms.

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