Calvin Harris releases official music video for hit song "One Kiss" with Dua Lipa
Calvin and Dua both feature in the Emil Nava directed the video, which debuts as the single gears up for its third week in the UK top spot.
Grammy Award-winning and multi-platinum selling recording artist Calvin Harris premiered the official music video for his new single “One Kiss” with Dua Lipa exclusively for 24 hours today on Apple Music. Calvin and Dua both feature in the Emil Nava directed the video, which debuts as the single gears up for its third week in the UK top spot.
In just three weeks, the track has garnered over 120 million worldwide audio and video streams and has hit #1 in the UK across the Official Charts, iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music and Shazam! One Kiss has also hit #1 on the singles chart in multiple countries across the globe.
From worldwide touring, number one singles, multiple award wins and record-breaking streaming numbers, Dua ended 2017 as the most-streamed woman in the UK with over 8.5 million singles and 1.3 million albums sold worldwide, and the 10th biggest album overall. Dua is fresh from an expansive UK arena tour that culminated in a sold-out hometown show at London’s Alexandra Palace.
The musical sensation recently spoke to Teen Vogue about her hit song 'New Rules' from her 2017 album, and why she calls it a sisterhood anthem. “I wanted it to be about the rules you would tell your girlfriends,” Dua said of the track. “I think sisterhood is really important. It’s really important to take care of the girls around you and keep your friends close.”
She further went on to explain the meaning behind the popular song, saying, “It can be [about] someone weighing you down if the situation is someone who’s really cramping your mood or making you feel bad… It just really depends on if that person is really toxic. One thing you’re really responsible for is the energy you surround yourself with.”
The 'No Lies' singer also clarified that she is not a man-hater, although a lot of people have come up to her and asked her if she hates men. “A lot of men come up to me and say, ‘You really hate men, don’t you?’,” she went on to reveal, saying: “That’s a total misconception”.
“Some of the songs are unfiltered, and I don’t hold back,” Dua continued. “I think gender norms are definitely a massive rule that should be broken.”