Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa officially drop their new song "One Kiss." The track will be featured in Harris's album.
"One Kiss" pays homage to 90s house music, and it is filled with instrumental chords on top of Lipa's singing. The song is the second single that Harris released this year.
In February, the DJ dropped his collaboration with PartyNextDoor called "Nuh Ready Nuh Ready."
According to one publication, even though "Nuh Ready Nuh Ready" was well-received on its first week, the track did not become a chart-topping hit.
Prior to the release of "One Kiss," Harris teased his fans with his new song by changing his profile photo on Facebook. The snap featured a mysterious blue artwork and a QR code. Once the code is scanned, the names of the two artists, as well as the title of their song, can be seen.
Dua Lipa Performs In Paris
Lipa also made headlines recently after she went to Paris for a show. The "IDGAF" singer was photographed in her mini dress and hot pink sky-high boots. Lipa's footwear was so high that she had to fold the top part of her boots.
It is not the first time that the singer took a fashion risk at a public event. Earlier this year, she wore pink tulle Giambattista Valli gown to the BRIT Awards.
Lipa is currently on the European leg of her tour. She previously canceled her performances with Bruno Mars after undergoing surgery.
Calvin Harris Talks About His Music
Harris, on the other hand, opened up about his love for dance music during a recent interview. After releasing "My Way," Harris felt the need to rediscover his creativity because he got bored with the track.
"I wasn't really excited about that song for the first time in 11 years. I was like, 'All right, something's wrong here.' So eventually I come up with the idea of a funk album with everyone that I've always wanted to work with," said Harris.
Harris also dished on his collaborations on Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1. He said that his desire to experiment and explore new sounds made it possible to work with other hitmakers.
"I don't want to put Young Thug on an EDM song, because I think that's offensive. People used to ask me the question, 'Who've you always wanted to work with?' I'd be like, 'Andre 3000.' 'OK. Have you ever reached out to him?' I was like, 'Hell, no,' because I'd put him on a dance tune? That's not respecting his legacy. I'd be angry at myself for doing that,'" said Harris.