“When I come to this magic city, every time it’s amazing,” the Frenchman tells the crowd in the video. “I started to DJ a very long time ago when I was 14, and I was playing funk and disco, and one day I discovered house music and it changed my life.”
He continued and mentioned the impact that the Chicago’s dance music scene had on his career and how “the biggest pioneer was Frankie Knuckles.” As he moved into playing records inspired by Frankie, a visual in memoriam could be seen on the booth’s screen, reading “Frankie Knuckles, 1955 – 2014, Thank You”. Check out the video below.
Post by David Guetta.