So, this is sort of hard to believe, but despite the fact that David Guetta and Sia‘s ginormous worldwide House smash “Titanium” was released way back in December of 2011 (and premiered even earlier that summer), the powerhouse singer-songstress has never actually done an acoustic performance of the song — up until just now.
If you’ve not already heard “Titanium” on the radio, Sia‘s massive dance floor anthem crafted alongside David Guetta (and one of my Top 10 Singles of 2011!), fear not–you’re about to.
Having already peaked at #1 across the pond in the UK in early February (as well as hitting Top 10 in dozens of other countries), the track now stands at #63 on the Billboard Hot 100, already a giant leap up from last week’s #79.
To celebrate, MuuMuse is giving away 5 “Titanium” prize packs.
When Nicki Minaj isn’t busy flying around on starships, she’s getting all turned on with the bouncing House beats of Mr. David Guetta.
As you’ve surely heard by now, “Turn Me On,” Miss Minaj’s collaboration with the acclaimed French DJ/producer, has been burning up the Billboard charts for the past month, having already hit #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Dance/Club Play charts.
To celebrate the release, MuuMuse is proud to be giving away 5 copies of the 6-track “Turn Me On” Remix EP.
To enter to win, follow me on Twitter at @MuuMuse and tweet me with the following phrase:
Come on and turn me on, @MuuMuse! I want that @DavidGuetta & @NickiMinaj remix EP!
Five winners will be randomly selected and notified via DM on Wednesday, March 7. US entrants only, please!
The tracklisting for the remix EP is as follows:
1.) Turn Me On (Michael Calfan Remix)
2.) Turn Me On (David Guetta and Laidback Luke Remix)
3.) Turn Me On (Sidney Samson Remix)
4.) Turn Me On (JP Candela Remix)
5.) Turn Me On (Sebastien Drums Remix)
6.) Turn Me On (Extended Mix)
“Turn Me On” (Remixes EP) was released on January 27. (iTunes)
Two weeks ago, I presented my Top 25 Albums of 2011. Now…it’s time for the Top 50 Singles of 2011!
If the album list was tough, this was one step short of impossible, Shontelle style. Between rock-solid offerings from my favorite pop princesses, to stunning debut tracks from some of MuuMuse’s Most Anticipated artists, to throbbing dance floor bangers from DJs and producers worldwide–there was simply too much to love in 2011!
As a result, the list took a while. I didn’t sleep. I didn’t eat. I haven’t bathed. I’m literally a disgusting music-minded mess right now.
BUT NOW IT IS COMPLETE!
This is a list of 50 of my favorite offerings of the year (plus one honorable mention which was never actually released as a single.) Since I am giving like the Baby Jesus, I’ve created a full playlist of all my Top 50 tracks on Spotify. You are welcome in advance.
So without further ado, check out the full list below. Remember: If you have a problem with the final ranking, please…don’t hold it against me!
“Titanium (feat. Sia)”: The best song off of David Guetta‘s 2011 record Nothing But The Beat by a long shot–and now, an official single.
The video for the powerhouse uptempo follows a young boy (Ryan Lee, who fittingly starred in Super 8) as he runs from the law E.T. style because he’s hiding something a little–supernatural. It’s one of those videos that starts with a bang and, err, well…no spoilers up in here, but stay tuned up until the very end!
Although it’s disappointing that the Aussie alt-diva herself wasn’t featured, the clip still tells a great mini-story that works well with the song.
And while it’s still unclear whether or not “Titanium” will be making its way stateside (it would truly be the ultimate pop injustice if not!) the song’s already been serviced to much of Europe, charting within the Top 10 of dozens of countries already. Let’s make this one explode all around the world!
“Titanium (feat. Sia)” was released in December. (iTunes)