Calvin Harris and Rihanna release collaboration 'This Is What You Came From' - listen

It is available on nearly all streaming services

Jack Shepherd
Friday 29 April 2016 11:49
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Partygoers psyched for the bank holiday weekend have a new track by Calvin Harris and Rihanna to dance to in the clubs.

On Wednesday, the Scottish DJ teased the collaboration - titled “This Is What You Came From” - on Twitter, revealing the song would hit the internet 29 April.

After much anticipation the track dropped onto Spotify, Apple Music etc, marking one of the few big releases in recent memory that isn’t limited to a single streaming service.

As predicted, the collaboration is a big dance number with a relatively subdued chorus that sounds like the summer to come.

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Harris and Rihanna last teamed up in 2011 for the hugely successful “We Found Love”, which reached number one around the world and appeared on the latter’s sixth album Talk That Talk. Harris also co-wrote and co-produced Rihanna’s song “Where Have You Been”, released that same year.

The hit songs rocketed Harris to international dance and pop music fame with festivals across the globe inviting him to headline. He is the highest-paid DJ in the world, earning a massive $66 million between August 2014 and August 2015.

Rihanna surprised fans by joining Harris on stage to close this year’s Coachella festival in California last weekend.

The “Work” singer is set to play five gigs across the UK and Ireland this summer, kicking off at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium on 21 June, while Harris returns to Scotland to headline T in the Park.

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