Calvin Harris has released his “cheating song” about Taylor Swift, which isn’t really a Calvin Harris song at all, but in fact a John Newman song, which Calvin Harris co-wrote. The song has been generating a lot of chatter on social media on account of its lyrical content, its timing, and it co-writer.
Titled “Olé,” the song references to Swift leaving Harris for Tom Hiddleston (Taylor Swift’s beau after her breakup with Harris) begin with the opening line, “Low-key, you won’t tell none of your friends about me.” “Low-key,” as most people with ears will point out, is a homonym for Tom Hiddleston’s famous Marvel villain, Loki.
The song furthers “I see online that you’ve begun to be a good girl and take trips with your boyfriend, being attentive, continue to pretend,” If that wasn’t clear enough, the song goes on “You’ve hidden my name on your phone so you can call me to tell me you’ve been going through hell. Left him alone and you booked in a hotel.“
Calvin Harris and John Newman previously teamed up on the song “Blame”, which was released as a single in 2014.