Sunday 23 July 2017

Calvin unhappy over deleted songs

Calvin Harris says his record label deleted his videos from YouTube
Calvin Harris says his record label deleted his videos from YouTube
Calvin Harris says his record label deleted his videos from YouTube
Calvin Harris says his record label deleted his videos from YouTube

Calvin Harris has hit out at his record label for deleting some of his old videos from YouTube.

The I'm Not Alone singer discovered his first three videos had been taken off the website, and ranted about it on Twitter.

"SMH [shaking my head] at my record label deleting my first 3 singles' videos off YouTube," he ranted. "Heard of sentimental value? I've changed the password now. Take that!"

The star - who is currently touring in Australia - seemed to be in a bad mood after an Australian newspaper printed a story quoting Calvin as saying his songs were "gay".

"Doesn't it seem like a joke?" he protested. "Can you believe that?"

And his problems got worse when he had problems with his bank card in Oz.

"I'm in Sydney and my debit card is still blocked! Yaaaaaaaaaay! I don't know why my bank hate me so much," he said.

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