David Guetta, the best-selling DJ in the world, wanted the help from football fans for recording his official anthem for the European Championship 2016, which was held and played in his native country, France. DJ and producer David Guetta called to gather one million fans to record the official UEFA Euro 2016 anthem with him.
David Guetta’s EURO 2016 soundtrack
As a musical ambassador of UEFA Euro 2016, Guetta has been commissioned to create a new soundtrack for the summer’s 2016th European Championship and tried to get as many fans as possible to work on this track.
All submitted recordings where mixed personally by Guetta in the UEFA EURO 2016 anthem ‘This One’s For You’. The song was released in spring 2016. Prior to the UEFA Euro 2016 draw, Guetta said: “I am pleased and delighted to have been working on this project with UEFA in my native country. UEFA EURO 2016 is all about the fans, and I want to get them involved as much as possible, especially when it comes to music. That’s why I’m trying something unique and asked fans from all over the world to celebrate this football party with me and be part of the official track. “
The Frenchman, who writes and produces the song, is the figurehead of UEFA’s worldwide musical campaign. This will also include performances at the opening and closing ceremonies, a free concert in the middle of Paris on the Champs de Mars under the Eiffel Tower and an interactive experience as part of the UEFA EURO 2016 Trophy Tour. All fans who participated have received a unique personal memory; a did make a chance to win tickets to the opening match of UEFA EURO 2016 at the Stade de France and a meeting with David Guetta.
And there is more David Guetta
But it doesn’t stop there. The winner can attend his concert as a VIP on the Champs de Mars, under the Eiffel Tower. The official track of UEFA EURO 2016 was heard throughout the tournament, such as on TV before and after each football match during the UEFA EURO 2016. David Guetta also played the song personally during the opening and closing ceremonies, and during his free concert in Paris.