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Calvin Harris, real name Adam Richard Wiles, is a Scottish DJ and record producer known for his electropop disco sound, which has seen him surpass Michael Jackson as the UK record holder for most top ten hits from one studio album.
Calvin Harris began making electronic music in 1999 where he produced his earliest tracks out of his bedroom in Scotland. After moving to London for a brief period, Calvin Harris began to forge a following and found some success with tracks "Brighter Days" and "Da Bongos".
After signing with managers Three Six Zero Group, Calvin Harris released his hugely popular debut album “I Created Disco” in 2007. Singles “Acceptable in the 80s” and “Girls” bolstered the album’s popularity, and showcased both Calvin Harris’s extensive talent and his love of 80s pop.
The king of collaboration, Calvin Harris has worked with multiple artists including Kelis, Rihanna, Alesso, and Dizzee Rascal. The success of his collaborations (“We Found Love” stayed on the American Billboard chart for an impressive 41 weeks) has seen his demand within the music industry increase considerably, as multiple artists all scramble to work with him.
The recipient of multiple MTV awards, a Grammy award and an Ivor Novello award for 2013’s Songwriter of the Year, Calvin Harris has certainly come a long way from his early music-producing days in his childhood bedroom. Now a regular feature on the touring scene, Calvin Harris has played on the same stages as the likes of Rhianna, Deadmau5, Skrillex and Groove Armada, in addition to touring his own work on solo trips around the world.
In 2014, Calvin Harris achieved a first and obtained two consecutive number one hits for the singles “Summer” and “Blame”, which both feature on the album “Motion.” With tracks co-written and performed by the likes of Gwen Stefani, Ellie Goulding, Haim and John Newman, the versatility of Calvin Harris’s style and sound is once again made evident. It is this versatility that has no doubt constituted a large part of his enormous success.