Mercy Shawn Mendes
23 February 2014, 06:00
The 'Bounce' star chats to Capital about his winning formula and teases a big-name collaboration.
Calvin Harris has been speaking to Capital about his plans for his next album and admitted he was going to go back down the singles route first.
Before releasing '18 Months', he had five huge singles and it sounds like he's planning on replicating the same formula.
"So far I'm good at singles, I am, I can say that now I've got the proof," he told Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes at this year's BRIT Awards.
"The next one, it's taken a while, but I think it's gonna be a good one. It's taken a long time."
The Scottish DJ also teased a major collaboration but admitted he still has some work to do to get the team-up signed off.
"There's another one and it's all done and I've got to convince him it's good," he added.
Calvin has also been working with girlfriend Rita Ora on her next single 'I Will Never Let You Down'.