Stevie McCrorie wants to collaborate with Calvin Harris
Stevie McCrorie has revealed that Calvin Harris would be one of his dream people to work with, after hearing his collaboration with Haim.
Stevie McCrorie wants to collaborate with Calvin Harris.
The 'Voice UK' winner has revealed that the fellow Scottish DJ would be one of his dream people to work with, after hearing his collaboration with Haim, 'Pray to God', although he doesn't think he's established enough to work with him just yet, having just released his debut single 'Lost Stars'.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Stevie said: "I'd love to collaborate with Kelly Jones of Stereophonics and, even, James Bay. I think he's such a great artist but he's probably too busy for me!
"I love Calvin Harris' stuff, and he's from Scotland as well. I like what he did with Haim, and I thought that was cool, because they're obviously really bandy like me.
"I don't think these things are open for discussion at this stage of my career though, I probably need to get a bit bigger!"
While these are just dream artists for the 30-year-old musician, one person that is definitely going to feature on Stevie's first album is his 'Voice UK' mentor Ricky Wilson, as the pair got on really well on the BBC show, and have been talking about a future collaboration.
The former fire-fighter said: "There have been talks of collaborating with Ricky on the album, and having him on a song. I'd love that to happen, it would be an honour for me.
"I know that, if I'm playing the same festivals as him, we'll just get on stage and sing together, so that will be amazing as well.
"Obviously he's famous and he's in such a massive successful band [Kasabian] that are still going, but then, when it all boiled down, he'd just have banter with me, and we got on really well."