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Beba Rexha and David Guetta Look Back At Their “One In A Million” Love

Bebe Rexha and David Guetta have recently teamed up on their 2010’s club-pop revival, “One in a Million.”

The Return of an Iconic Duo

“One in a Million” dropped August 4th featuring the return of power-duo Bebe Rexha and David Guetta. This track marks their first collaboration of the year after their 2022 release of “I’m Good (Blue),” which accumulated over one billion streams on Spotify. As a matter of fact, Rexha has featured on a multitude of highly-streamed songs. These include Martin Garrix’s “In the Name of Love,” “Meant to Be (featuring Florida Georgia Line),” and “Me, Myself & I” with G-Eazy. And we have a feeling that this latest song with Guetta is going to make its way to the billionaires club soon, too.

Guetta and Rexha’s collaboration encapsulates all of the giddy feelings that come with being in love. The dance track’s upbeat tempo and wistful lyrics set the stage for a song that is sure to dominate the club scene for months to come. Singing about her one in a million love, Rexha brings euphoric vocals over soaring synths to create a sensational track. It hosts all of the feelings of disbelief and astonishment in finding your soulmate. It’s floating on cloud nine and never wanting to come down, condensed into a short but sweet two minutes and 40 seconds.

“You’re my one, one, one in a million / It’s like someone picked you out of the sky / Maybe I met you for a reason / And I can’t believe that we’re both alive at the same time”

-Chorus for “One in a Million”

Between Guetta’s expansive DJ discography and Rexha’s time as both a songwriter and singer, “One in a Million” was destined to be unstoppable. And yet, it is even more irresistible than we could’ve imagined. To add on, it is brilliantly reminiscent of Guetta’s earlier works that soundtracked many of our lives back in the early 2010’s. Specifically, his album Nothing But The Beat, featuring the iconic “Titanium” with Sia. It’s the revival of club-pop, and it’s only fitting that David Guetta leads the movement.

Stream the track down below!

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