Calvin Harris gets a book!

Adam Richard Wiles, better known by his stage name Calvin Harris, will soon receive a full length biography. Undeniably one of the biggest names in the music community, the DJ/producer who will be starring in the upcoming “Entourage” movie and the face of Emporio Armani‘s Spring 2015 campaign, is now getting his own biography book.

SOURCE: Calvin Harris - Facebook
SOURCE: Calvin Harris – Facebook

From captivating crowds across the world with his music to having the same amount #1 hits as Michael Jackson and setting new records, it’s no surprise that Tay Tay‘s rumoured boyfriend, has become one of the first dance music icons to have his life story documented and published.

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Titled “Calvin Harris: The $100 Million DJ”, the biography which is written by seasoned journalist Douglas Wight, will feature Harris’ journey and rise from rags to riches, focusing on his early success, the man he was before he became the man he is today.

Source: dancingastronaut
Source: dancingastronaut

Here’s the biography description on Amazon‘s pre-order page :

He’s made $100 million, is the hottest DJ in the world and has worked with the pop royalty – but who is Calvin Harris? And how did he go from stacking shelves in his local supermarket to such astonishing global success? He’s come a long way from making music in his bedroom in his native Dumfries but since bursting onto the music scene with ‘Acceptable in the 80s’ in 2007, he has broken Michael Jackson’s record for most hits from one album, become the first British artist to have one billion plays on Spotify and turned hit-maker for stars like Kylie Minogue, Rihanna, Cheryl Cole and Dizzee Rascal. This is the astonishing story of Calvin Harris’s journey from struggling musician to international star, revealing what makes him tick, why he has the Midas touch, how he went from being a lanky kid with little self-confidence to a modelling deal with Armani and how he became a global megastar.

“Calvin Harris: The $100 Million DJ” will hit bookstores on October 21st and will be priced at $10.45.

Till then, here’s “Blame” by Calvin Harris featuring John Newman.

Source: dancingastronaut, musictimes / featured image via deadline

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