Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 - Calvin Harris

Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1

Calvin Harris

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2017-06-30
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 11

  • β„— 2017 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited


Title Artist Time
Slide (feat. Frank Ocean & Mig Calvin Harris 3:50 GBP 0.99
Cash Out (feat. ScHoolboy Q, P Calvin Harris 3:55 GBP 0.99
Heatstroke (feat. Young Thug, Calvin Harris 3:49 GBP 0.99
Rollin (feat. Future & Khalid) Calvin Harris 4:32 GBP 0.99
Prayers Up (feat. Travis Scott Calvin Harris 3:24 GBP 0.99
Holiday (feat. Snoop Dogg, Joh Calvin Harris 2:49 GBP 0.99
Skrt On Me (feat. Nicki Minaj) Calvin Harris 3:48 GBP 0.99
Feels (feat. Pharrell Williams Calvin Harris 3:43 GBP 0.99
Faking It (feat. Kehlani & Lil Calvin Harris 4:00 GBP 0.99
Hard to Love (feat. Jessie Rey Calvin Harris 3:50 GBP 0.99


  • Awesome and well-crafted by a Dumfries-born Calvin.

    By MorgyIsAwesome100
    These songs are well done by Calvin Harris, who actually hails from Dumfries, collaborating with US artists and so on.
  • Perfect

    By Lulu 123
    Absolutely love this album!
  • One of the Best Albums Ever

    By Hawkiben
    This one the best albums of the 21st. Calvin Harris makes his best album yet with the stand outs of Rollin, Feels, Prayers up and Slide. Must listen
  • Plop

    By Misty airplane 47
  • "Feels" is a joke

    By Lucas 1221
    Awful just awful don't understand this song at all, every time is comes on the radio it's straight off can't stand it
  • Autotune tastic

    By Dirk Douglass
    Feels is Ok but the rest are pretty poor with over use of the melodyne autotune to make it all sound robotic!
  • okaaayyy??

    By Rizzi246
    I'm all for change and all but this change is way too drastic. Calvin is known for his electronic club songs like 'This Is What You Came For' and 'How Deep Is Your Love'. I really love the songs 'Slide' and 'Feels' but generally the album is just one sound throughout. Hopefully Calvin goes back to older music style for his next project.
  • Nothing special!

    By AirBoy.NET
    Just a typical grey song from Calvin Harris!
  • Faith restored

    By Pipfly
    Calvin's debut album was a breath of fresh air when it arrived a decade ago: electronic music blended with funk and fun. The Follow up Ready for the Weekend showed progression but retained the charm. However after that he stopped trying - the money was pouring in, as were the bookings - and everything that made him stand out fell away, and he blended into the generic EDM wallpaper that was filling the clubs (apart from a handful of gems like We found love). He was very close to vanishing into wealth and blandness, and I'd completely given up on him - until now. A reinvention some say, but actually its neither: its a welcome regression to the more carefully produced bright funk remeniscent of his debut, but also a progression to a warmer, sunnier and more nostalgic and R&B/soul flavoured signature. His future is sealed.
  • No real classic Harris tracks sadly

    By starcoal
    I think he wanted to create a chilled laid back album.... maybe because he's always playing in clubs with high bpm and was getting a bit tired of it all.... unfortunately chilled laid back is not his forte and just having big names on your album doesn't mean it will be good Calvin.... I'm sure the good stuff will come back when the feedback of this album gets back to him