David Guetta, Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj Burst Bubbles in ‘Where Them Girls At’ Video
After dropping a teaser last week, David Guetta has released the new video for 'Where Them Girls At,' his first single and collaboration with Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj from his upcoming album, 'Nothing But the Beat.'
In the clip, large amorphous bubbles roam the land, perplexing girls from all over. Unable to resist the urge to pop them, the ladies absorb the beat of the sunny, up-tempo club track, launching into uncontrollable dance moves.
The heralded French DJ and producer has created the bubbles with his music, and perhaps taking inspiration from the mesmerizing object in 'The Red Balloon,' people are drawn to Guetta by searching for the source of the floating masses.
Of course, Minaj isn't inclined to pop a bubble -- instead, she swallows one whole and launches into her fresh verse with her signature sass. Meanwhile, Flo Rida is holding it down poolside, watching the ladies go crazy for the song.
'Where Them Girls At' is the lead single from Guetta's fifth studio album, which is set to be released on Aug. 30. The song has sold over 800,000 digital tracks and reached the top 10 on the singles charts in more than 15 countries. Today not only marks the release of the 'Where Them Girls At' video, but it's also the release day for 'Little Bad Girl,' the second single from 'Nothing But the Beat,' featuring Taio Cruz and Ludacris.
Watch the David Guetta 'Where Them Girls At' Video Feat. Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj