David Guetta raised more than $400,000 for the fight against the coronavirus from a skyscraper in New York

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The DJ and producer French David Guetta joined to the initiative of the MLS and performed their second concert of United At Home on a rooftop in New York, where he managed to collect more than 400 thousand dollars to donate to organizations that fight against the coronavirus.

The event was broadcast on all the social networks of Guetta, who commented that “it would be something very special” and the viewers could enjoy it from home.

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Some fans received exclusive access to the video conferencing Zoom and formed part of the transmission.

During the second concert virtual commented that it was a remix of a song that talks about New York and that he was making special versions that people can’t hear normally.

“I’m really trying to make the show unique. Even my successes as ‘I Got A Feeling’, ‘Sexy Chick’, ‘Titanium’, I’m trying to make versions that people can’t hear when you listen to the radio, ” he said.

He also encouraged his followers to find ways to contribute, and, since a dollar was enough and that it was not necessary to give ten thousand to be able to support.

“We’re going to overcome all of this together. This is really a moment that shows how the world needs to be united and that is always what I do… I’ve been trying to do with my music, to bring people together… we are all equal before this disease”, he said.

The 445 thousand 332 dollars earned by donations made in davidguetta.com/donate will be split between The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, Feeding America, Fondation Hopitaux de Paris, and the Fund of Solidarity Response COVID-19 of the WHO.

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David Guetta is a DJ and French is also one of the producers quoted, has worked with artists such as Rihanna, Akon, Lady Gaga, Sia, Nicki Minaj, Kylie Minogue, Justin Bieber, among others; it also has sold more than 45 million albums in his entire career.

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