Are Calvin Harris and Kanye West working on a collaboration?

The pair are reportedly big fans of each other

Calvin Harris and Kanye West could reportedly be set to collaborate together.

Recently, Harris posted a video on Snapchat of himself lip syncing to West’s verse on Schoolboy Q’s ‘That Part’.

According to E! News, a source close to Harris said that the Scottish producer “wants to make some music with [West] down the road” and thinks “he is brilliant with music”.


Another source apparently told the network that the Kardashian family said they had “always thought” Harris was talented.

The pair have both recently been involved in spats with Taylor Swift. West’s wife Kim Kardashian West leaked videos of the rapper on the phone with the pop star getting her approval for a line in his song ‘Famous’.

During the conversation, West raps “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex” but not the following line “I made that bitch famous“. Swift calls the line “dope” and says that she “really appreciate[s] you telling me about it”.

Harris, meanwhile, tweeted that he found it “hurtful” that his former girlfriend Hurtful “and her team would go so far out of their way to try and make ME look bad” following Swift revealing that she had co-written his single ‘This Is What We Came For’ under a pseudonym.

Swift had previously been credited as Nils Sjoberg. Harris initially tweeted about the reveal, saying: “She sings on a little bit of it too… Amazing lyric writer and she smashed it as usual,” before adding, “I wrote the music, produced the song, arranged it and cut the vocals though. And initially she wanted it kept secret, hence the pseudonym”.


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