Aug 05, 2022
Calvin Harris’ Funk Wav Bounces Vol 2: When is the release date?
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SUPERSTAR DJ Calvin Harris is rounding up another slew of music artists for his next album release.
Halsey, Normani, Snoop Dogg, and several other performers are expected to appear on Calvin's sixth studio album, Funk Wav Bounces Vol 2.2Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa's 2018 single One Kiss sold million worldwide, they reunited for the 2022 song, PotionCredit: Instagram / @calvinharris When is the release date for Calvin Harris' Funk Wav Bounces Vol 2?
On May 27, 2022, Calvin Harris collaborated with Dua Lipa and Young Thug to release Potion.
Potion is the lead single from Calvin's upcoming album Funk Wav Bounces Vol 2.
He previously teamed up with Dua for their 2018 hit One Kiss.
The celebrity DJ also worked with Young Thug on the 2017 song Heatstroke, which also featured Ariana Grande and Pharrell.Read More on The US SunCAL IT A DAY The real reason Calvin Harris split from girlfriend Aarika Wolf after 4 yearsFEEL SO CLOSE Calvin Harris helped me become famous but we've never met, says Tom Grennan
Calvin said of his reunion with Dua and Thug: "It’s an honor to work with Dua and Thug again."
"They’re both such dynamic artists who have contributed so much to today’s musical landscape."
Days before Potion's availability, the music producer teased a snippet of the single through his official TikTok profile.
He also teased the album's production back in April by posting a photo on his Instagram of a highway billboard that read "Calvin Harris Funk Wav Bounces Vol 2."most read in pop musicMUST DO BEY-TTER Beyoncé slammed by fans after singing 'appalling’ slur on Renaissance'DISRESPECTFUL' The Beyoncé song that sampled Milkshake, revealed'RENAISSANCE EMERGING' Renaissance, the seventh solo album from Beyoncé, is finally hereKATE'S STRANGER WHEREABOUTS All you need to know about singer Kate Bush
Fans can expect Funk Wav Bounces Vol 2 to be available on all music platforms on August 5, 2022.Who is featured on Calvin Harris' new album?
On June 29, 2022, Calvin took to social media to reveal the roster of musicians who are slated to appear on his upcoming album.
In addition to Dua Lipa and Young Thug, the producer is also reuniting with previous collaborators such as Pharrell, Normani, and Offset.
In 2017, Calvin and Pharrell came together for the hit single Feels, which also featured Katy Perry and Big Sean.2Chloe Bailey, Pharrell, Charlie Puth, and Tinashe are some of the guest performers lined up for Calvin's FWBV2
Months before in February 2017, the EDM aficionado teamed up with Offset and his group Migos for the Frank Ocean assisted-track Slide.
Both aforementioned songs appeared on the DJ's fifth studio effort, Funk Wav Bounces Vol 1, which was made available in June of that year.
In October 2018, Calvin followed up FWBV1 by releasing a joint self-titled EP with Normani, simply titled Normani x Calvin Harris.
The following artists are also featured on Funk Wav Bounces Vol 2:
- Chloe Bailey
- Coi Leray
- Snoop Dogg
- Busta Rhymes
- Justin Timberlake
- Charlie Puth
- Stefflon Don
- 21 Savage
- Pusha T
- Swae Lee
- Jorja Smith
- Lil Durk
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2 Men Threatened To Kill People Over Very Different Dog Leashing Issues In Central PA: Police
The first incident happened Jacob W. Dickey, 26, of Carlisle, reportedly threatened to kill a dog owner for "letting it run loose in the area," of Walnut Lane in Middlesex Township on July 27, area police say.
When the owner attempted to retrieve the dog Dickey supposedly began harassing him and threatened to kill him, police explained in a release on August 7.
He was charged with a summary offense for harassment, according to court documents.
On the other side of the Susquehanna River, Sean Edward Quinn, 55, of Middletown, "brandishing a switchblade type knife with a blue blade," when people claimed he was "yanking aggressively on the leash causing the dog distress," police stated in the release.
Middletown Borough police were called to the disturbance this incident caused in the first block of Ann Street at 3:50 p.m. on August 9, according to a release by the department.
During the investigation, it became clear that Quinn had been walking his dog in the area when people commented on it and he told them to "Mind their business" and threatened to kill them, the police explain in the release.
Quinn left the area only to return with the knife, and a witness claims he also had a concealed gun, which he drew "and held it at low ready," as stated in the release.
Quinn has been charged with five misdemeanors for Terroristic Threats With the Intent To Terrorize Another (2 counts), Prohibited Offensive Weapons, and Simple Assault by Physical Menace, according to police and court records.
His preliminary hearing has been scheduled before Magisterial District Judge David H. Judy at 3:15 p.m. on August 24, according to his court docket.