Katy Perry Joins Calvin Harris, Pharrell & Big Sean On “Feels”

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Calvin Harris rolls out the latest single from Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 tonight (June 15) and it’s another star-studded affair. “Feels,” a deft blend of dancehall, hip-hop and and electronica, features Pharrell Williams, Big Sean and, somewhat amusingly given the identity of DJ’s ex-girlfriend and recent events, Katy Perry. Coincidental shade aside (I’m giving them the benefit of the doubt), the track is a silky smooth banger about being open to a serious connection.

“Now nothing ever last forever no, one minute you’re here and the next you’re gone,” Pharrell begins the song over reggae-tinged beat. “So I respect you, wanna take it slow.” Katy then takes over for the chorus. “Don’t be afraid to catch feels,” she coos sexily. “Ride drop top and chase thrills, I know you ain’t afraid about this.” Big Sean then closes out the song with a fiery verse. Like “Heatstroke” before it, “Feels” doesn’t scream radio single. It is a glorious mood-setter, however. Listen below.

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Calvin Harris Teams Up With Katy Perry, Pharrell & Big Sean On “Feels”

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Witness only dropped on Friday (June 9), but fans won’t have to wait too long to hear new music from Katy Perry. It seems the pop star features on an upcoming collaboration with Calvin Harris called “Feels.” The purported cover of the track, which also boasts verses from Pharrell Williams and Big Sean, surfaced online today and the Scottish DJ later shared a very brief snippet in a sampler of his new LP, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1. (You can pre-order it here). Of course, the club king famously dated Taylor Swift. Which could make this the next chapter in their ongoing beef.

As for Calvin, “Feels” could be the fourth of 10 singles he plans to release in 2017. He has already rolled out “Rollin,” which features Future and Khalid and “Heatstroke.” The latter included input from Young Thug, Pharrell and Ariana Grande. The first and most successful cut was “Slide.” That track showcased the talents of Frank Ocean and Migos, and is shaping up to be something of a sleeper hit. The blurry-eyed party jam is still climbing the Billboard Hot 100 and has racked up a whopping 238 million Spotify streams.

The rumored cover

 

This article was originally published by: Idolator