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In addition to collecting 4 in unemployment benefits each week, Elrod made ends meet by hustling: She resold packages of discount toilet paper and peddled small quantities of prescription drugs.She scraped together just enough to rent a 676-square-foot garage apartment that she shared with a roommate, a gangly buffet cook a dozen years her junior."Blame" is featured in the video games Just Dance 2016 (Blame was used as the game's demo version) and NBA 2K16.
The song received positive reviews from music critics.
Robbie Daw of Idolator praised the song saying: "'Blame' somehow feels fuller and more rounded-out, structurally, than much of [Harris'] other output.
Not really feeling John's verses, but he really shines in the let's-go-to-church hook.
'Blame' doesn't have the best Calvin Harris EDM beat I've heard to date, but I can still bop to it." The single topped the charts in Finland, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden, while charting within the top five in Austria, Germany, Ireland and Italy, and the top ten in Australia, Denmark, France, New Zealand and Spain.
On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, Elrod opened a checking account at a First Community Bank branch located just across the state line in the twin town of Bluefield, Virginia.
Despite her hand-to-mouth circumstances, Elrod’s new account soon began to receive a series of sizable wire transfers, many of which originated abroad.Call it a new era for the Scottish producer/DJ." Digital Spy's Lewis Corner gave the song a four star rating out of five, commenting: "Luckily for Calvin, everything he touches these days seems to turn more golden than his glowing tan.Guest vocalist John Newman soulfully insists on the surging bridge, before it bursts into one of Calvin's infectious four-to-the-floor choruses.John Newman's soulful vocals go down smoothly as they layer a very catchy melody that soon breaks out into a full-on dance floor hit.Admittedly, it doesn't grab you quite like Summer did, but it's still a great song and one that will surely do very well." Music and Lyrics gave a more nuanced review, writing the song "hasn't honestly hit as hard as 'Summer' did on the first listen, but I'll definitely label it as a 'grower'.Meanwhile, the models decided to go to a nightclub where one girl gets drunk while other models split where they fall into a sink, beer cooler, puddle and finally a tub.The video ends with the models ending up in a river where they are freezing and it shows the sky with the sun in the background."Blame" is a song by Scottish DJ and record producer Calvin Harris from his fourth studio album, Motion (2014).It was released as the album's third single on 5 September 2014.The song received positive reviews from music critics, who complimented its production and Newman's vocals.The song debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart, giving Harris his seventh UK number-one single (and third consecutive) and Newman his third.