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The EDM/pop tune will be featured on the Scottish DJ's new album, 'Motion', that's coming out on November 4.
A ballerina dances and dodges bullets as a war between two gangs erupts in a desert in the high-bugdet music video.
The collaboration will be featured on the Scottish DJ's new album, 'Motion', that will be released on November 4.
Newcomers Kiesza and Royal Blood will also perform at the event, joining previously-announced acts like Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj.
Also making appearances on the Scottish DJ's star-studded fourth LP scheduled for November 4 are John Newman, Big Sean, HAIM and Tinashe.
Having been preceded by hits 'Summer' and 'Blame', the Scottish DJ's first album since 2012's '18 Months' will be released on November 4 via Columbia Records.
The DJ's hit, which was streamed 160 million times globally on the streaming platform in the past three months, beats chart-toppers like Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy' and Ariana Grande's 'Problem'.
The Scottish musician tops the list for the second time after making $66 million in the past 12 months, besting fellow DJs like David Guetta, Tiesto and Avicii.
The DJ, who ended his relationship with the British beauty a few weeks ago, also says he won't talk to media about 'every aspect of his personal life.'
The 'I Will Never Let You Down' singer says she was supposed to sing the song that her former boyfriend wrote but he didn't approve it.
A source says that the British songbird wasn't aware her beau would announce that they'd officially broken up.
The musician announces the news in a Twitter post, saying that he and Ora decided to go separate ways 'some time ago' and added, 'I wish her all the best.'
A source says that heavy workloads contributes to the singer/actress' separation from the DJ, saying, 'It's been even harder for them to spend time together recently.'
The 'We Found Love' hitmaker lashes out at a female fan during his show at Miami's LIV Nightclub, after the fan asks him to 'play something original.'
The EDM artist raked in an estimated $46 million over the past year, edging out DJ Tiesto and David Guetta.