1. In 2015, DJ Calvin Harris topped the highest-paid DJs list for a third consecutive year, having earned $66 million over the previous 12 months.
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3. DJ Calvin Harris participated in a global live stream of the Stereosonic music festival in Melbourne, Australia which took place on World AIDS Day on 1 December 2012.
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7. In early 2012, DJ Calvin Harris signed an exclusive DJ residency deal with Wynn Las Vegas which included gigs at three of the luxury resort's avenues: Encore Beach Club, Surrender and XS Nightclub.
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17. DJ Calvin Harris wrote and produced Cheryl Cole's single "Call My Name", the lead single from her third album A Million Lights.
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22. DJ Calvin Harris featured on Kylie Minogue's eleventh studio album Aphrodite, collaborating on a disco and synthpop track titled "Too Much".
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27. In 2008, DJ Calvin Harris collaborated with rapper Dizzee Rascal on his single "Dance wiv Me", producing the track and singing the hook.
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28. In 2007, DJ Calvin Harris produced a remix of the second single "4th of July" from Kelis' album Flesh Tone.
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30. DJ Calvin Harris started working on the album in 2006 after he moved back from living in London to his hometown of Dumfries, Scotland.
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