Good Grief Bastille
1 November 2012, 08:12
The 'Bounce' DJ tells Capitalfm.com he thinks the US star took his recent remarks the wrong way.
Calvin Harris has told Capitalfm.com that he was shocked at Lady Gaga's recent comments on Twitter - concerning a remix he was never able to do for her.
The 'Marry The Night' singer accused the Scottish star of making up the story before he admitted it was her label who had requested the collaboration.
"[I was] a bit surprised because it had been on Wikipedia for four years," he confessed. "And I didn't say anything bad."
The man behind Rihanna's worldwide smash hit 'We Found Love' revealed simply how he turned down the chance to work with the singer due to his busy schedule and said such occurrences can be frequent in the business.
"I just said I didn't have time to do a remix – which frequently happens with all sorts of people. It's not really a problem," he added. "Something was taken the wrong way, or it was reported again, four years later, in the wrong way."
He concluded: "But, it's just one of them things."
The pair quickly apologised for the misunderstanding on their social network accounts and Calvin told Capital he would be open to working with her in the future.
Lady Gaga is currently working on her new third studio album, and this week teased fans with the possibility that 'ARTPOP' may be released in two volumes in 2013.
Calvin released his new album '18 Months this week, which features collaborations with the likes of Ellie Goulding, Tinie Tempah and Example.