Calvin Harris has set a new record for most number one hits in the UK this decade.
His most recent track — Sam Smith collaboration 'Promises' — has taken him to eight chart-topping tracks in the 2010s, more than anyone else recording music.
According to Official UK Charts, it's Harris' tenth No. 1 in his career, which is more than ABBA, Spice Girls, Rihanna and Eminem.
Calvin Harris – the highest paid DJ in the world – has said he is “too old” to go on tour.
In a recent appearance with Sam Smith on Scotland’s Forth 1 show, Boogie & Arlene, the EDM superstar (34) spoke about how he much prefers studio work to playing live and explained that he has no intention of going on tour anytime soon. You can listen to the interview below.
Calvin Harris has a picture of Rod Stewart in the booth with him when he DJs, according to a video shared to Twitter by Steve Aoki.
The revelation hit social media on Tuesday 14th August, with footage recorded by Aoki showing both him and fellow electronic superstar Harris, alongside the framed photo in question.
Clearly impressed, or at least amused, Aoki wrote: "When u realize @calvinharris has a framed photo of Rod Stewart on his dj booth. Simply amazing."
A portrait of Calvin Harris is now hanging in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, as the Edinburgh institution pays tribute to the country's biggest electronic export.
It's the first time an image of a songwriter, producer or DJ has featured at the esteemed address, and was taken as part of a commission by GQ Italia Magazine in February 2015.
With Tomorrowland 2018's two weekends now committed to beautifully debauched memory we can confirm the ten most played tracks from the Belgian mega-festival.
Forbes have shared their list of the World’s Highest-Paid DJs for 2018 with Scottish superstar Calvin Harris coming out on top once again.
Harris retains the top spot on the respected business magazine’s annual list for the sixth year in a row with estimated annual earnings of $48 million.
Dutch legend Tiesto has been knocked from second to third place year with his earnings of $33 million being trumped by U.S. EDM duo The Chainsmokers whopping $45.5 million.
Calvin Harris features in Forbes' Highest-Paid Celebrities list as the richest dance music artist in the world, raking in more than the likes of Paul McCartney and Jennifer Lopez.
The producer and spinner released his fifth album, 'Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1', last summer, and is reportedly worth $48million, placing him at number 50 in the earnings charts, with his residency at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, netting him £1million per show between now and 2020.
Patrick Topping has remixed Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa’s ‘One Kiss’ and it’s certainly the tech-house don's most commercial remix assignment to date.
The Geordie tech-house producer has only ever released eight remixes during his seven-year career — so he’s hardly a prolific remixer, having previously reworked the likes of Yousef and Booka Shade — but he's never tackled such a commercial track like, ‘One Kiss’.
Calvin Harris and Tiësto are two of the top paid electronic producers and DJs in the world, so there’s no doubt each artist is pulling in lots of income every year. We’re talking big money: According to Forbes’ annual World’s Highest-Paid DJs list from last year, Calvin Harris, who topped said list for the fifth consecutive year in 2017, pulled in $48.5 million in earnings, while Tiësto came in second with a cool $39 million.
John Ochoa is the editor-at-large of DJ Mag North America. You can find him living his best life on Twitter.