Calvin Harris Gets Some Power Vocals for His New Song 'Heatstroke'

12:24 PM EDT 3/31/2017 by Audrey Liza M. Nolasco, Celebeat Reporter

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After his successful collaboration with Frank Ocean and Migos for "Slide" in February, Calvin Harris got some more powerful vocals on his bandwagon. This time for his new song "Heatstroke", fans can look forward to Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, and Young Thug.

Starrah, who co-wrote the song with Calvin Harris also kicked in some vocals. Harris released his last album entitled "Motion" back in 2014, per Pitchfork. Harris took to Twitter this week to give fans a sneak peek of the artwork, which is quite similar with that of "Slide".

Moving On From All That Drama

It seemed only yesterday when Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift had a messy and brutal Twitter war over the hit song "This Is What You Came For." Last year, Swift's involvement with the song was uncovered when Harris' friend John Newman innocently congratulated him via Twitter. He initially included Rihanna and Taylor then deleted it and reposted the message without mentioning Swift, per PageSix.

This started world war 3 between Calvin Harris and Swift for her not been given any credit for the song. In an interview with Newman at London's Roundhouse, he admitted he lost contact with his bud's ex. He said he's not friendly with her anymore and he doesn't agree with what has happened. However, he refused to comment further because he really doesn't know her that much. He said she comes from 'another world'.

The Calvin Chronicles

When asked if Newman was worried if Swift might come up with an album entitled "The Calvin Chronicles", he just laughed it off. He hopes she doesn't do that with Calvin Harris. Newman said he really likes her music and it would be great songs, anyhow. But he's also experienced being sung some unflattering things about him by his exes. All you can really do is 'get on with it'.

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