With work well underway on Calvin Harris‘ fourth album, Sunday (June 8) proved to be a day of revelation for fans of the Scottish dance-pop wiz. First up, Harris tweeted a photo of a single cover for “Blame,” a song that features “Love Me Again” crooner John Newman and, we’re assuming, will serve as the follow up to Calvin’s current Top 10 hit “Summer.”
Following that, Harris posted the above photo on Instagram and noted, “Decent view in studio with @bigsean”. We’ll go out on a limb that the two were not just commiserating over their recent splits with their respective famous exes, but also collaborating on new material.
Calvin scored major global hits off his last album with collaborators like Kelis, Florence Welch, Ellie Goulding, Ne-Yo and Ayah Marar. Head below to see his tweet about the first confirmed pair-up off his fourth LP.
— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) June 8, 2014
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