Los Angeles, March 12 (IANS) Scottish DJ Calvin Harris and singer Rita Ora have reportedly buried the hatchet after he lifted the ban preventing her from performing their collaborated material.
The Scottish DJ teamed up with then-girlfriend Ora on hit single "I will never let you down", but following their breakup in 2014 she was not allowed to play it live, or release any of their tracks on her own album.
According to a source to The Sun newspaper, the ban has been lifted, reports mirror.co.uk.
The source said: "Late last year they got in touch and sorted things out. It was such a relief to both of them that they could move on and put things behind them. At the end of the day they had a lot of good times together and it was sad that was tainted by how bitter the split was at times.
"But things are really good now although they are not so close they're heading out to dinner anytime soon or anything."
The ceasefire means not only will Ora be able to work with some of Harris' close friends in the industry, but "I will never let you down" can be part of her live repertoire.