WATCH: David Guetta and Anne-Marie drop the futuristic music video for ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone’

It's in another dimension!

David Guetta and Anne-Marie

by Anna Sky Hulton |
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Last month, superstar DJ David Guetta and British singer Anne-Marie dropped their fantastic collaboration 'Don't Leave Me Alone'. At the time they released the lyric video, which features a cartoon woman lying on her bed looking sadly at her phone. Now, nearly a month after its release, the pair have dropped their official music video for the hit song and fans are already loving it.

The new video features Anne-Marie in her apartment when she receives a parcel. On opening it, the parcel turns out to be a VR headset which she puts on. Once in a new dimension, Anne-Marie finds herself experiencing a strobe-lit dance floor, then a picturesque forest with and bitter mountaintops, she eventually 'sees' her ideal partner. The pair experience a whirlwind virtual romance as Anne-Marie finds herself back in reality. Watch the full video below...

After less than a day on YouTube the video has attracted 100s of positive comments from viewers saying, 'Nice!!! Musi.💕👍👍' [sic], 'Top Quality Tune 👌' and 'MY FAVORITE SONG!!💕💕 Never been this early for a song!!😱😱'. [sic]

David Guetta is known for his great dance tunes and pop collaborations, this year alone he has had three collaborations including, 'Mad Love' with Sean Paul featuring Becky G, 'Like I Do' with Martin Garrix and Brooks and his Top 10 hit 'Flames' with Sia. The DJ was recently named as one of the top 10 highest earning DJs this year according to Forbes.

See who else made the list below...


Forbes Highest paid DJs - 2018 (slider)

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10. Martin Garrix ($13,000,000)

In recent years, Martin Garrix has had a lot of success with his top 20 singles 'Scared to Be Lonely' with British singer Dua Lipa, and his 2016 collaboration with Bebe Rexa, 'In the Name of Love'. More recently he has released a number of other collaborations including 'Like I Do' with David Guetta and Brooks and 'Ocean' featuring Khalid. He also appears at festivals across the world.

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9. Kaskade ($13,500,000)

Ryan Gary Raddon, better known by his stage name Kaskade, is an American DJ, record producer and remixer. Although he hasn't had many songs that have charted in the UK, he is a popular DJ having headlined at a number of festivals. In 2011 and 2013 he was voted America's Best DJ by DJ Times.

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8. David Guetta ($18,000,000)

French DJ David Guetta is barely out of the charts with numerous collaborations under his belt. This year we have already had many releases including two fantastic hits, 'Flames' with Sia and 'Don't Leave Me Alone' with Anne-Marie.

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7. Diplo ($20,000,000)

Diplo, real name Thomas Wesley Pentz, is the lead member of Major Lazer as well as being a DJ in his own right. Major Lazer are best-known in the UK for 'Cold Water' featuring Justin Bieber and MØ, released in 2016.

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6. Zedd ($22,000,000)

German DJ Zedd first became famous in the UK with his hit 'Clarity' featuring Foxes. Since then, he has had a number of collaborations including, 'Stay the Night' with Hayley Williams, 'Stay' with Alessia Cara and most recently 'The Middle' with Maren Morris and Grey. 'The Middle' was famously turned down by 12 artists before it was finally picked up by Zedd.

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5. Marshmello ($23,000,000)

Secretive DJ and producer Marshmello first appeared in this list last year (2017) at Number 8, earning $21,000,000. This year he has climbed up to Number 5, partly due to his success with collaborations from Selena Gomez ('Wolves') and 'Friends' with Anne-Marie.

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4. Steve Aoki ($28,000,000)

Despite only having one Top 10 hit in the UK - 'Just Hold On' with Louis Tomlinson - American DJ Steve Aoki is known for his on stage antics including throwing cake into the crowd and jumping in an inflatable dinghy and crowd-surfing, Steve is a very popular DJ at festivals.

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3. Tiësto ($33,000,000)

Tiësto is a hugely popular DJ despite much of his music not appearing in the UK charts, however, Tiësto's latest track, a collaboration with Dzeko featuring Preme and Post Malone, 'Jackie Chan', peaked at Number 5 in the UK this year!

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2. The Chainsmokers ($45,500,000)

Last year's newcomers, The Chainsmokers, have moved up a place earning $7,500,000 more than last year! In 2016 they released 'Closer' featuring Halsey which peaked at Number 1 in the UK, the following year they teamed up with Coldplay on 'Something Just Like This', which they first performed at The BRITs.

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1. Calvin Harris ($48,000,000)

What a year Calvin Harris has had! The Scottish DJ has been top of this list for six years in a row now. This year his big hit was 'One Kiss', a collaboration with Dua Lipa which was the second single from Calvin's upcoming album. It stayed at the top spot for eight consecutive weeks!

This is the first time that David Guetta and Anne-Marie have teamed up, however Anne-Marie herself is no stranger to collaborating with DJs, having previously collaborated with Marshmello on 'FRIENDS'.

Earlier this year we caught up with Anne-Marie on the BRITs red carpet. The 'FRIENDS' singer joined Ed Sheeran on tour and told us what it was like touring with the mega star.

Anne-Marie reveals what it was like touring with Ed Sheeran...

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