Starting out DJ-ing and promoting his own club nights around France in the late 1980s, David Guetta was given an early break when he talked Chicago house legend Robert Owens into recording vocals on what became the small hit Up And Away in 1994. Forming Gum Productions in 2001, his reputation continued to grow with the club anthem Just A Little More Love and a hugely popular electro-clash remix of David Bowie's Heroes called Just For One Day. In 2006 his mash-up of his own track Love Don't Let Me Go with The Egg's Walking Away gave Guetta a UK Number 3 single, before he scored massive success with fourth album One Love (2007). Reaching Number 2 in the UK, it featured chart-topping singles When Love Takes Over (with Kelly Rowland) and Sexy Bitch/Sexy Chick (with Akon) and sealed his status as a superstar DJ and highly sought producer. Over the years Guetta's Ibiza club night F Me I'm Famous has become legendary, winning the Best Ibiza Night gong at the DJ Awards in 2007 and producing a massively popular series of compilation albums of the same name.