[UPDATED] Calvin Harris has registered eight unreleased tracks on ASCAP
UPDATE: Calvin Harris responded to this article with the following Tweet:
— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) March 9, 2017
Given the timeframe of the registrations, it is unlikely that the results found from deep-dive conducted into Harris’ ASCAP records below correlate to the slew of new music that the artist has scheduled for the coming year.
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, a non-profit performance right organization where songwriters register their lyrics and music, has become the hit platform for finding new, unreleased music. Some may recall the ASCAP as the source whence Selena Gomez and Kygo’s collaboration was first unveiled. Now, it’s been uncovered that Calvin Harris seems to have a number of unreleased songs registered with ASCAP.
A search of the database was conducted under Calvin’s real name, Adam Wiles, with the apparent intention to find a collaboration with Beyoncé, which has been rumored to be in the works through some ambiguous tweets on both sides. Even though there was no Beyoncé collaboration to be found, it was counted that Calvin has racked up 113 songwriter credits with a few unreleased songs that have popped up since his February 27th release of ‘Slide’ with Frank Ocean and Migos. Also discovered was Calvin Harris’ credentials of scoring national television shows, including Kevin Hart’s “The Real Husbands of Hollywood.”
View all of Calvin Harris’ ASCAP entries that have yet to be released below. With songs titled, “Things I’ve Done,” “Do You See What I See,” and “Calling It Love,” we are all very excited for what Calvin Harris has in store for us this year.