Watch Jessie Reyez Take Late Night Stroll in Paris in Calvin Harris' Video for 'Hard to Love'


Watch Jessie Reyez Take Late Night Stroll in Paris in Calvin Harris' Video for 'Hard to Love'


The Canadian singer is walking leisurely in Paris alone while singing the dreamy song off the DJ's new album 'Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1'.
Amid the buzz of his ex Taylor Swift's new music video, Calvin Harris has released a new visuals of his own. The 33-year-old Scottish DJ has recruited his collaborator on "Hard to Love", Jessie Reyez, to star in the clip for the dreamy track.

The Philip Harris-directed video sees the songtress challenging typical romance vibes in Paris as she takes a late night stroll alone in the City of Love. She walks leisurely through the city while enjoying the stunning night view of Eiffel Tower.

Jessie talks about purposefully being difficult in love to protect herself as she rhymes, "I don't like to talk, but I love to sing/ And I don't smoke, but I love to drink/ I'm paranoid, I don't miss a thing/ But I'm still nice, at least that's what I think/ Fall in love like I'm a freak/ But then I pull out, and say/ 'I need freedom, I need freedom.' "



Jessie has shown her appreciation for Calvin and the video's director Philip in a statement. "I love Calvin Harris and Philip Harris," she wrote. "They are not brothers...but I love them both the same, music producer and video director."

"Hard to Love" is one of Calvin's tracks off his star-studded album "Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1", which was released in June. There's apparent hip-hop touch on the album as it features a number of massive rappers such as Snoop Dogg, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Big Sean, Young Thug, Nicki Minaj, Lil Yachty and Future.

Last month, Calvin premiered a music video for "Feels" featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean. The song marked the end of his longtime feud with Katy. There used to be bad blood between them when the DJ abruptly canceled his gig as an opening act at the "Roar" hitmaker's concert.

It's been a big year for the beatmaker. Besides releasing an album and ending his public beef with Katy, he has topped Forbes' list of the world's highest-paid DJs for the fifth year in a row. He raked in $48.5 million between June 2016 and June 2017, edging out DJ Tiesto and The Chainsmokers as this year's "electronic cash king."


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