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Calvin Harris is rich. Not like I can buy loads of shit but sometimes I have to be a little careful rich. He is if I see it I buy it rich. This is obviously a great position to be in. So, if I was that rich, I don't think there are many things that could happen that I'd be emotionally affected by.
For example, no matter how many pop bangers Taylor Swift has, if my much-publicised relationship with her fell through I'd just go and sit in a room with all my Benjamin's and microKORGs or whatever my rooms would be full of.
I certainly wouldn't write a song about the girl. That's ok, because I don't think Calvin hasn't either, despite reports saying otherwise. But that's my opinion, and you're all free to express yours in the comments.
New music coming Friday....
Follow me on @Spotify to hear Olé first. pic.twitter.com/K4vbFLbXuc
- John Newman (@JohnNewmanMusic) July 6, 2016
He has produced and penned a song for John Newman, who will you recognise from singing on bad Rudimental tracks and sounding like his tongue is too big for his head.
The track is called 'Ole' and is about a broken relationship, but sources close to Calvin have reportedly told E! it has nothing to do with Taylor.
The source said: "He likes this song a lot. People can interpret the song how they want to, but in the end it's just an artist's expression."
The song features some really insightful lyrics such as "I see online that you begun to be a good girl and take trips with your boyfriend. Being attentive, continue to pretend..."
Will this be the sound of late summer? Probably.
Words by Matthew Cooper
Lead Image Credit: PA
Topics: Taylor Swift
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