Hit DJ Calvin Harris and singer The Weeknd have joined their great voices for an incredible collaboration that sure will be a hit which is named "Over now", this being the first time they sing together.
Calvin Harris and The Weeknd surprised everyone with their great collaboration, which nobody really expected.
The singers Calvin Harris and The Weeknd joined their voices for their first artistic collaboration with "Over now", a single that mixes the pop genre with some punk and rhythm and blues and is of course already available on all digital platforms.
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The collaboration between the Scottish and the Canadian is accompanied by a video that has been made by the creative collaborator of Harris, Emil Nava, who has previously collaborated with Ed Sheeran or Khalid, according to a statement from Sony Music.
The video attempts to blur the lines that separate technology from reality and create an experience that transcends space and time, the statement also noted.
It should be noted that due to the pandemic, the creators have taken security and distancing measures into account and for that reason neither of the two singers appears in the video that was published on the platform.
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Also, it is important to note that Abel tesfaye, better known artistically as The Weeknd, is one of the favorites for the MTV Video Music Awards, which will be held on August 31 at the Barclays Center in New York, with six nominations.
Adam Richard Wiles better known as Calvin Harris He is currently ranked # 19 in DJmag magazine's annual poll and in addition to being a DJ, he is also an excellent producer, singer, and songwriter.
Their debut album was released in 2007 and contained singles such as "Acceptable in the 80's" and "The Girls" which both entered the UK Top 10.
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According to Forbes magazine, in 2018 Harris was the highest paid DJ of that year, grossing an estimated $ 48 million.
His first hit was at the age of 21 and the songs "Da Bongos" and "Brighter Days" were released as a 12 "club single and CD-EP by the Prima Facie label in early 2002 under the name Stouffer.
It was in October 2009 that the music magazine BlackBook Magazine named him "The King of Electropop" and also millions of his followers around the world also know him as "Legend".
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On the other hand, The Weeknd He began to gain widespread recognition in late 2010, when he anonymously shared several songs on the YouTube platform under the name The Weeknd.
This is how during 2011 he released three nine-track mixtapes titled "House of Balloons", "Thursday" and "Echoes of Silence" which were highly acclaimed by critics.
A year later, he released his first compilation work entitled "Trilogy", with thirty remastered tracks from his mixtapes and three more songs. It was released by the record companies Republic Records and XO.
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It is worth mentioning that The Weeknd He has mentioned that R. Kelly, Michael Jackson and Prince are his main sources of inspiration for his music and very often he says that Jackson's music and Dirty Diana's lyrics was what made him want to be a singer, as well as saying that His high-note vocal style was influenced by habesha singers such as Aster Aweke, and other influences included David Bowie, The Smiths, Bad Brains, Talkin Heads, DeBarge, 50 Cent, Wu-Tang Clan, and Eminem.