Calvin Harris Teams With Future & Khalid On New Collaboration “Rollin”

Calvin Harris Future Khalid Rollin Artwork

Calvin Harris just announced the guest features and release date of his upcoming album Funk Wav Bounces Vol 1 and quickly follows up the news with his new single “Rollin” featuring Future & Khalid. This follows up his other massive recent singles “Slide” with Frank Ocean and Migos as well as “Heatstroke” with Pharrell Williams, Young Thug and Ariana Grande. 

The full album has been revealed to feature a huge collection of artists including Travis Scott, Snoop Dogg, Schoolboy Q, Future, Big Sean, D.R.A.M., Kehlani, Katy Perry, John Legend, Khalid, Nicki Minaj, Lil Yachty, Jessie Reyez, and PARTYNEXTDOOR. With the full project due June 30 there should be additional singles coming ahead of the release and we’re curious to hear what these collaborations have in store for us. On “Runnin” we hear a summery instrumental with a funky bassline that will surely get you in a summer mood. Khalid holds down the catchy hook while Future finds his nice balance between singing and rapping on the verses. Stay tuned for more off the project and enjoy!

Calvin Harris - Rollin (Ft. Future & Khalid) | iTunes | More Streams Coming Soon...

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