French DJ and hitmaker David Guetta is blowing up dance floors with his new single, Where Them Girls At, featuring Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj. But the success of the song has an unusual story. The song had a premature release thanks to a hacker grabbing an early unfinished version of the track and leaking it on the Internet, report billboard.com. "We just hired some security specialist who works with the Pentagon who is going to track this guy down," David says. "I really felt disrespected. Sometimes people, when they're downloading music, they don't pay for it. I can almost accept that... but when someone steals records that are not finished, it's terrible. Could you imagine a museum showing a painting that's half-finished?" But David is "thankful" for the song's early chart success, and so are his collaborators. "Honestly, I thought it would be huge," says Flo Rida, who heard the song at the same time he and David were working on "Club Can't Handle Me" from the rapper's latest album, "Only One Flo (Part 1)." "I actually wanted the record for myself... But I knew that this trio, with Nicki having her fan base, me having mine and David having his, because of the names involved it would be a hot record. So what I'm seeing with all the fan support is something I definitely thought would happen." Get a feel for the song here.