Guetta: Rowland album is crazy
Kelly Rowland has "some crazy stuff coming" this year, according to David Guetta.
The French DJ and producer has been raving about the former Destiny's Child singer's new material.
"We just connected and I'm now working on her new album," said David.
He added that the pair's contrasting music styles complemented each other.
"It's really funny because we're so different," David explained. "We come from different backgrounds and it's really exciting to work together because we have a totally different point of view, which makes things more exciting."
He went on: "It's like the best of both worlds. I don't think anyone can beat the energy that we have in dance music. Urban music, nothing can beat those melodies and the way they sing - so when we're together it's crazy."
It seems the couple have formed quite a musical alliance, as both are up for Grammy awards this year with their 2009 summer hit When Love Takes Over.
"We (are nominated for) two. It's crazy. With Love Takes Over, we got Best Dance Song and Best Remix, which is funny because I remixed myself!"
David has revealed that Kelly was the one to first approach him about collaborating.
"She's the first (artist) that came to see me. I was just playing in a club in the south of France and she was there and she heard the instrumental of When Love Takes Over," he revealed. "She came to see me, asked what it was and said that she loved it - and that she would want to write and sing on it. It was fantastic, it was my first experience with an RnB singer."