Play-N-Skillz's New Collaboration With David Guetta Has Already Charted In 18 Countries

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Late last week, we passed along word that the latest single from French house producer David Guetta (the man behind, among other songs, the Black Eyed Peas' "I Gotta Feeling") to blow up the Internet was actually a Play-N-Skillz co-production -- and the first of a couple Play-N-Skillz and Guetta co-productions coming down the pipe, according to the Dallas-based, Grammy-winning production team.

But first things first: The very radio-friendly track, called "Where Dem Girls At" and featuring both Flo Rida and the unavoidable Nicki Minaj, earned its official release on iTunes on Monday. And already, 48 hours after the song's formal download release, it's blowing up the charts. And not just domestically, either. The song currently sits as the No. 4 song on iTunes' U.S. singles download chart, sure, but it's also sitting at No. 1 on the same chart in Germany, Austria and Mexico, and near the top of the charts in another 13 countries.

After the jump, see the song's current chart positions around the word. And, sure, go ahead and stream the track, too.

Stream: David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida -- "Where Dem Girls At (Co-Produced by Play-N-Skillz)"

The song's current iTunes chart positions around the world:

#1 Germany - Austria - Mexico
#2 France - Canada - Swiss
#4 U.S. - Spain
#5 Italy
#6 UK
#7 Sweden - Netherlands
#10 Norway
#11 New Zealand
#12 Denmark - Ireland
#17 Belgium
#28 Australia


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