Calvin Harris talks to Forbes about working in supermarkets, getting signed on MySpace, reinventing himself
Calvin Harris has been on a tear in 2013, amidst a Las Vegas residency and breaking records previously held by the likes of Michael Jackson, Calvin also sat down with Forbes to open up about the years leading up to attaining his superstar status. Speaking from Hakkasan where he was moments away from headlining one of the many summer parties, he touched upon leaving school and working at supermarkets before finding his passion for music. Saving up money and experimenting with sound, the now-superstar connected with his future manager on MySpace and immediately signed a record deal. Calvin also touches upon his musical transition, going from singing on his records early on to focusing on productions moving into 2011. He goes on to speak in depth about his reinvention and how it was made possible in America.
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