The funk wav master himself, Calvin Harris, has just dropped a remix of SZA's "The Weekend," taken from her unstoppable album Ctrl. Appropriately titled the "Funk Wav Remix," it is a much-needed dose of summer vibes amidst the winter weather. Stream it below via Spotify.

The album version of "The Weekend" is currently nominated for Best R&B Performance at the 2018 Grammy Awards, one of five nominations for SZA, a list that also includes a nod for Best New Artist. See here for a full list of the nominees.

See where SZA stacked up in our list of the best albums of 2017, and see where both she and Calvin Harris placed in our list of the best songs of 2017.

In other music news, N.E.R.D's new album 'No One Ever Really Dies' has arrived. Stream it in full right here.

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