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- Song Name: Summer
- Artist Name / Band Name: Calvin Harris
- Album Name: Motion
- Featuring: N/A
- Produced By: Calvin Harris
- Release Date: March 14, 2014
- Genre: Genius Britain, Electronic, Pop
- Record Label: Fly Eye, Deconstruction, Columbia
- Written By: Calvin Harris
- Performance: Peaked at No. 1
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: Summer by Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox (Ft. Robyn Adele Anderson)
- Remixed By: N/A
Calvin Harris – Summer Review
Every ‘Summer’ by Calvin Harris review unsurprisingly points out why the Scottish DJ has remained on top of his game. The song is another hit, which is expected to climb the charts in no time. Aside from this, Harris’ accomplishment as the highest paid among all international DJs in 2013 (according to Forbes magazine) makes him an influential recording artist of this time.
The song has the generic ‘electronic dance music’ (EDM) formula that combines the elements of catchy chorus and instrumentals. Harris was among the key figures in the establishment of this music genre when he first burst into the scene way back in 2007. For a start, it is just interesting to discover what he has to offer in this single.
Obviously, the song offers not much than good beat. There are only 10 lines of words, which are then repeated twice. However, the shortness in lyrics is compensated by the vibrant EDM elements. It also helps that Harris sang the lyrics himself, instead of collaborating with industry big names. His vocals may not stand out, but it’s just alright.