French DJ David Guetta says he's close to unleashing a song which he thinks will become the next massive summer anthem in the States.
Guetta, who produced last year's Black Eyed Peas smash "I Gotta Feeling" just shot the video for "Gettin' Over You," a song featuring Fergie and LMFAO.
Guetta tells MTV this will be his best video yet.
"The video is the story of what happened to me when I came to produce "I Gotta Feeling" for the Black Eyed Peas.
"It was my first time in that studio called Record Plant. I was so impressed, and we started to work with Will.I.Am and more and more artists were coming to say, 'Hello,' and were like, 'Oh, this music is different.' And they were staying. Girls were starting to dance on the couch.
"So the inspiration for my video is really that. We're in recording sessions — me, Fergie, LMFAO, (singer) Chris Willis — and then more and more people are partying in the studio. We party in the streets. Partying in the area ... partying in the city."
Guetta says Fergie's a complete natural in front of the camera whereas he has a lot of room for improvement.
"I'm so bad. I can only be myself," he laughs. "I'm such a bad actor, it's terrible. If you tell me, 'Do what you usually do,' it's kind of OK. So I'm producing that record, that's what I'm doing in the video."
"I look stupid, you know, totally suck," Guetta said. "(Fergie), it's the opposite. They say 'rolling,' and she knows exactly what she's doing, like, the angle, the look, the light. I asked her after we shot, 'Did you have a monitor? Could you see yourself?' Because it was so perfect."