David Guetta began his career as a DJ at the Broad Club in Paris back in the late 80s, after getting turned on to house music by American artists like Farley Jackmaster Funk. In 1994, he released his first artist production, "Up & Away," featuring American house vocalist Robert Owens.
After seeing success as a DJ David Guetta began promoting his own house music events. In 1995, he began managing the Le Palace nightclub.
It wasn't until 2001, though, that Guetta would really hit it big, with the single David Guetta - Just a Little More Love, which featured American Chris Willis on vocals. David Guetta's debut album, also titled Just a Little More Love was released the following year.
David Guetta also released a DJ mix compilation, David Guetta Fuck Me I'm Famous, named after a club night he DJed at in Ibiza. It included Guetta's remix of a David Bowie track, "Just For One Day (Heroes)." The Fuck Me I'm Famous DJ mix series went on to become one of David Guetta's most popular.
In 2004, Guetta released his second album, Guetta Blaster, featuring the hit single "The World is Mine" featuring JD Davis. THis was followed by another single, "Love Don't Let Me Go."