|Rihanna's “We Found Love” The best Thing for Calvin Harris|
|Written by Sally West|
|Tuesday, 24 January 2012 19:43|
Rihanna has been one of the most successful artists in the past couple of years. She does not seem to be stopping now. Her latest single “We Found Love” is still thundering through the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It has been reported that the generally shy producer of the track Calvin Harris is very happy with the success of the track.
Harris has become one of the most successful electronic beat-makers in the past few years. He has worked with artists such as Dizzee Rascal, Kelis and most recently Rihanna. He recently stated that “We Found Love” was one of the most successful things he has ever done, stating that it was truly the best thing he had ever done in his career so far. He commented on the success of the track before he did a set at famous Las Vegas night club XS.
He went on to say that it was fantastic to work with her because no one could have ever taken the track as far as she did. The song has become so popular in the United States in the UK and the world over.
Harris has entered 2012 with a lot to do including a regular gig at XS nightclub in Las Vegas. He has also just finished putting a few gigs in New York and 2011 saw him touring with Rihanna. He stated that touring with Rihanna was so much fun. He said it was three months of crazy fun.
The Scottish beatmaker said that since the success of the song with Rihanna he has had a lot of people contacting him to work with him. He said nothing has been confirmed yet but he is open to working with some of the acts who have expressed an interest in working with him.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 January 2012 19:48|
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