Calvin Harris is heating up the warmer months with his new song "Heatstroke."
Harris released his Frank Ocean and Migos-assisted song "Slide" just a few weeks ago, but the superstar producer is has its followup.
He hopped onto Twitter to share the cover art and writing credits for "Heatstroke" earlier in the week. The track features Young Thug, Pharrell Williams and Ariana Grande (with background vocals provided by Starrah). Like "Slide," "Heatstroke" is a chill throwback utilizing slick throwback sounds over a clunk piano.
“All my songs in 2017 have been sonically designed to make you feel fucking incredible,” Harris said. “Not feel good music. Feel INCREDIBLE music.”
Young Thug swings in with the kick off, handing off the feel-good jam fest to Pharrell. Ari chimes in with sugary sweet vocals. "When you do things like this and you set me free," she sings.
Perfect for the warmer summer months, but my biggest complaint? Not enough Ari.
No word yet when the song premieres, but it's a safe bet to assume this Friday.