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Hear Calvin Harris and John Newman's new single 'Blame'
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Hear Calvin Harris and John Newman's new single 'Blame'

Calvin Harris has debuted 'Blame', his new collaboration with John Newman. Click below to listen to it in full. 

The track will be formally released on Sunday (September 7th), but can be heard in full below. You can also purchase it in our digital store here. 

'Blame' is the follow-up single to his smash-hit 'Summer' and is set to feature on Harris's forthcoming fourth studio album, which he is currently working on. 

The album will be the follow-up to Harris's hugely succesful third album 18 Months, which you can preview on the right-hand side of the page. 

Earlier this summer, it was revealed that Harris was the world's highest earning DJ, picking up a cool $66 million in the past 12 months. 

David Guetta was second, but a long way behind Harris with earnings of $30 million, with Avicii and Tiesto joint third with $28 million and Steve Aoki in fifth with $23 million. Afrojack made $22 million to come sixth, with Zedd at Number with $21 million and Kaskade at Number Eight with $17 million. 

Harris gigs reguarly across the world and played more than 50 gigs at festivals and clubs in the last year. 

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