But would you expect to hear the N-word at a Calvin Harris show? A small portion of Harris' set featured a repeated refrain from O.T. Genasis' ode to cooking crack cocaine, "CoCo." The chosen lyrics were deliberate, and it was surprising that a Scottish entertainer thought it would be in good taste to repeatedly drop, "I'm blowing money fast, n---a!" Harris also played a remix of Rihanna's "Bitch Better Have My Money" that includes similar language, but he did not harp on a specific line like he did with "CoCo." DJs spin records, and that can include popular ones like "CoCo," but this felt like a gratuitous misstep in an otherwise harmless set. It's a word that was said often from the Sweetlife stages, but as always when dealing with word choice and race, context matters. Kendrick Lamar, Vic Mensa and The Weeknd all said it casually and much more often, but the obvious applies here: They are black. Harris later interpolated white rapper RiFF RaFF's "Tip Toe Wing in My Jawwwdinz" which felt hilariously more appropriate.