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Saturday 23 August 2014

Harris: Ora doesn't like my music

Calvin Harris says girlfriend Rita Ora isn't a fan of his music

Calvin Harris has revealed that girlfriend Rita Ora isn't a fan of his music.

The Scottish DJ-producer, who has enjoyed chart success with singles such as Drinking From The Bottle, Sweet Nothing and We'll Be Coming Back, admitted that his music hasn't brought them together.

"Rita doesn't really like dance music. She doesn't really like my music, but I like hers," he told The Sun, adding: "We're not together for musical reasons, which is great."

Calvin, who came top of Forbes.com's list of the highest earning DJs, admitted that it is unlikely that they will collaborate in the studio.

"We're trying to keep business and pleasure separate. And she's not really into the idea," he added.

The 29-year-old hitmaker announced the latest dates for his Greater Than tour in December, which sees him teaming up with fellow DJ Tiesto.

"We're gonna make it a massive, amazing-looking night. Everything we make from it is going to go on the production side," he teased.

"We have Pete Tong playing too. I want people to come knowing it's like a massive rave. When you think of DJing, you think of Tiesto. I wanted to do something like that rather than set out on my own."

He added: "I didn't want to take any risks. It's going to look amazing."

The Greater Than tour kicks off in Belfast on December 18, before stopping off at Dublin, London, Manchester and Glasgow.

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