David Guetta teams up with Taio Cruz and Ludacris on 'Little Bad Girl,' a new song from the French DJ/producer's next album.

The track features Guetta's trademark synths and house beats. Cruz sounds right at home singing about a mesmerizing girl on the dance floor. "When she moves, God I want more," he croons with the aid of Auto-Tune, before repeating the hook, "Go, little bad girl."

Ludacris impresses on his verse about the girl who gets his heart jumping and his adrenaline pumping: "Keep it going, you never know when somebody's gonna throw a couple dollars / Got a pocket full of hundred dollar bills, Ludacris, 'Mr. Make a Woman Holler' / And every night on the floor, puttin' on a show / Everybody in the club, there's a little something you should know!"

The song would definitely get us dancing in a club, but it doesn't sound a whole lot different from the rest of Guetta's music. In fact, the first two verses have exactly the same lyrics. That kind of repetition may be OK for a song that's not going to get played outside of the club, but we expect more from our pop singles.

'Little Bad Girl' is the second single from Guetta's still-untitled fifth album, following 'Where Them Girls At,' which features Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj.

Listen to David Guetta, 'Little Bad Girl' Feat. Taio Cruz and Ludacris