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The Old Sorting Office in central London was the setting for an exclusive collaboration between David Guetta and street artist Mr Brainwash (of Exit Through The Gift Shop fame).
The chart-topping DJ supplied the music for an exhibition, organised by Burn energy drink, which showcased pieces from Mr Brainwash's upcoming London exhibition on August 5.
But before Guetta took to the decks, he answered a few questions about his music, inspiration and how he got to where he is today.
When asked what he would say to critics who think he has taken underground dance music and transformed it for commercial gain, he made a typically staunch reply: "I would say fuck them. I come from that [underground] scene. When I started making music I was only about 11-years-old, the reason I was underground was because I didn't have a choice."
"If I think my music is amazing, why would I not want to share it with more people. I think people are really narrow minded, why shouldn't I be sharing my music with the world, we need to keep this music going for ourselves," he added.
Guetta's style may have changed over the years but he maintains that he still has exactly the same attitude as when he started out making music.
"I want to make the music I love because I know that people love the same music as I do. I still do it in the exact same way as I used to, with the same seriousness as I did when I was doing it in my basement when I was 17-years-old," he said.
Once the event was in full swing Guetta was joined by 23-year-old Dutch producer Nicky Romero behind the decks where they played until the early hours.
Check out the video below to get an idea of what the night was all about.