David Guetta Releases A New Song Featuring Latin Stars

On August 5, 2020, David Guetta premiered a Spanish song ‘Pa’ La Cultura’ which features multiple Latin artists. In a wonderful gesture, all of the proceeds from the record will be donated to help immigrants who have suffered from the Covid-19 pandemic.

The upbeat dance/pop record has been produced by David Guetta and features Latin artists representing several North American countries. Along with the famous group Human(X), the track features names like Sofia Reyes, Maejor and over ten other Spanish artists to deliver a wonderful message of unity.   

This song by David Guetta and others is so much more than just a dance floor banger because of it’s meaning. The translation of the song name means ‘For the Culture.’ This direct and powerful message is aimed at Latinos all around the world to come together.

The fantastic graphics of the video make it seem like it is straight from a video game. When an artist’s turn comes to sing their verse, a photo along with a description of the artist’s origin in Spanish flashes across the screen. Kudos to keeping the editing simple yet professional.

First Release Under Human(X)

This record is the first song released under Human(X). The lovely initiative was co-founded by Lex Borrero and Grammy-award winning producer Tainy. The pair have joint forces with other big names in music to help work towards philanthropic and charity humanitarian causes.

In a statement, Borrero said, “Music is a medium that transcends languages and borders, our plan is to use our platforms to advocate for important causes that deserve global attention and monetary funds.” 

All funds received from the David Guetta record, “Pa’ La Cultura” will be directed towards the National Day Laborer Organizing Network. This is an organization that is working towards providing a better lifestyle to those immigrants affected by the ongoing pandemic. The corporation looks to do so via its Immigrant Worker Rights Safety Net Fund.


Apart from this banger having a wonderful intent, we’re overwhelmed by the fact that this song may be the first of many more to come.

By: Aatira Kakroo