Calvin Harris To Release New Album This November, ‘Motion’ Artwork Revealed

Calvin Harris will release his new album, Motion, this November. In other words, he’s hoping to snatch some of your money this holiday season.

Although details about the upcoming record are still few and far between as of this writing, rumor has it that the world’s highest-paid DJ will unleash the new batch of songs onto retail shelves in the coming weeks. There isn’t a proper tracklist to speak of just yet, but reports that the album should feature Harris’ latest single, “Blame,” as well as his previous hits “Summer” and “Under Control.”

If all goes according to Calvin’s master plan, then Columbia Records will drop Motion into the laps of his legion of adoring fans on November 4. Of course, Harris isn’t the only popular recording artist with albums hitting retail in time for the holidays. Nicki Minaj, Eminem, Foo Fighters, and Taylor Swift all have new material on-deck this year.

To get everyone as excited as humanly possible for Motion, Calvin Harris recently revealed the artwork for his forthcoming project.

Don’t worry, UK fans — Calvin Harris hasn’t forgotten about you. MTV News UK explains that the DJ’s latest studio outing is presently slated for release on November 3. That means you get to experience the new tunes one day before everyone else. Assuming everyone hasn’t illegally downloaded the tracks beforehand. If so, shame on them.

As you can tell, Harris fans are ready for the release.

The new album isn’t the only reason Calvin Harris is generating headlines these days. The Inquisitr previously reported that the DJ recently dropped $15 million on some stylish new digs in the wilds of Los Angeles. What’s more, Harris was recently spotted getting cozy with model Aarika Wolf, suggesting that he’s already moving on from his relationship with Rita Ora. The pair famously went their separate ways earlier this year.

Are you beyond thrilled to get your hands on a copy of Calvin Harris’ new album? Share your excitement about the record in the comments.

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