Yesterday, Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding released their second collaborative track, a follow-up to their 2012 hit, “I Need Your Love.” Their latest single, “Outside” is Harris’ fifth release from his upcoming Motion album, out October 31st.
On “Outside,” Goulding sings of an unravelling affair, “Now every other day I’ve been watching you, I’ll show you what it feels like, Now I’m on the outside.”
…which is exactly how Kim Kardashian feels about Kanye’s relationship with his mirror.
Calvin Harris teams up with John Newman to release the second single from Harris’ upcoming fourth studio album. “Blame” finds the two artists attributing their bad decisions to the nighttime, “So blame it on the night – Don’t blame it on me.”
Where does this new rationale leave Jamie Foxx? I’ve been following his teachings for the past five years. Do you know how much money I’ve spent on goose and patron trying to justify waking up in a puddle of vomit next to a stranger? Ugh, now you tell me…
Calvin Harris has released his first single of 2014 from his upcoming fourth studio album. “Summer” features Harris on vocals for the first time since 2012’s “Feel So Close.”
I always find it strange and unexpected when EDM artists use their own vocals on a track — like Maggie Simpson delivering a monologue.
EDM elite Calvin Harris and Alesso recently collaborated on a new progressive anthem. Lending his vocal talents is Theo Hutchcraft, half of the English electro pop band Hurts. The single briefly slipped under my radar, but not back in Harris’ native UK, where the song has already reached number 1.
The song is called “Under Control,” which is what the Christmas decorations were until tinsel was thrown around with reckless abandon…
Calvin Harris and Florence Welch (of Florence + the Machine) worked together and created a new song, “Sweet Nothing.” I couldn’t think of a more complementary couple (both being from the UK), and even though both are the artists du jour, the song has a kinda 80’s-on-crack feel…
In an ideal world, the combination of Ne-Yo and Calvin Harris should be dance-party-nirvana. Unfortunately, in reality, it sounds a little like Rihanna’s leftovers…