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Calvin Harris: New single ft. Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams and Young Thug

Calvin Harris has announced his next single, featuring Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams and Young Thug.

The 'My Way' hitmaker shared a teaser of the artwork for his new song 'Heatstroke' on his Twitter account last night (March 28), with the caption: "CALVIN HARRIS // YOUNG THUG // PHARRELL // ARIANA GRANDE (sic)"

He also shared the credits for the song, co-written by himself, Jefferey Williams and Brittany Hazzard, who is better known as Starrah, and co-wrote Rihanna's hit, 'Needed Me'.

The announcement comes a day after the 33-year-old Scot's close pal DJ Alesso said Calvin has gone "funk" on his new tunes.

The 'Falling' hitmaker heard some demos of Harris' recently and called for fellow dance acts to stop following the likes of Major Lazor and be "brave" and come up with some "fresh" sounds like Calvin Harris.

He said: "Right now, people need to be brave and stop following the trends. All the demos I'm getting sound like Major Lazor or Kygo.

Calvin is said to have an albums worth of new material, but fans might have to wait to hear each single bit by bit as it was previously reported he's retiring from making records.

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