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Mind Of Mine
Mind of Mine is the debut studio album by English singer and songwriter Zayn. It was released by RCA Records on 25 March 2016. It has received mostly positive reviews from music critics, with praise directed towards Malik's new musical direction, his vocal performance, and the ambitious experimental production. Singles from Mind of Mine: 'PillowTalk', 'Like I Would', 'BeFoUr' and 'iT's YoU'.
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Zayn Covers “GQ” Magazine

How Do You Explain Zayn? The 25-year-old British singer is deeply, maddeningly, almost trolling-ly enigmatic. And that cultivated mystery—along with his disdain for the standard rules of superstardom—is probably what puts him on the short list for COOLEST HUMAN ALIVE. On a recent Friday night, though, he dropped his guard and spilled his guts.

There are exactly two places in New York on a Friday night where Zayn Malik can smoke Marlboro Lights as liberally and openly as he pleases, unencumbered by gawkers or the city’s increasingly draconian anti-smoking laws. The first is Zayn Malik’s SoHo apartment, where he spends the majority of his time, zoning out, reading books, listening to music, and “partaking in the herb,” as he says. The second is the Mary A. Whalen, a 172-foot-long restored-tanker-ship-turned-nonprofit-hangout-spot that is docked off the shore of Red Hook, Brooklyn. The ship is closed for business after 6 P.M., but tonight its leader, a hardy blonde ship preservationist named Carolina, has agreed to keep it open late to accommodate us. No crowds, a few plastic chairs, and a gently lilting surface that is basically a giant ashtray.

There is just one problem: The temperature on deck is decreasing rapidly with the setting sun, and Zayn—the 25-year-old former British-boy-band member, current solo pop-ish star, and all-around inscrutable avatar of contemporary celebrity—has arrived with nothing on his person but a lighter, a backpack, and an iPhone. No jacket on his rail-thin five-ten frame—just a pair of charcoal skinny jeans, a distressed Pink Floyd T-shirt, a bright pink beanie that obscures his new flower skull tattoo (or “tah-oo,” as Zayn pronounces it). He looks so modernly cool, blending a hip-hop swagger with a punk-rock edge, that he should receive a cut from Urban Outfitters every time someone makes a purchase. He is the only man whose Disney-princess-long eyelashes seem to bolster his machismo rather than diminish it. Nobody this dreamy has ever bothered to check the weather to see if he should grab a jacket before leaving the house. Through chattering teeth, he rejects multiple offers of blankets. “It’s all good,” he insists, burping faintly after taking a swig of his Peroni. “I’m cool.”

Still, Carolina avails us of the ship’s warmer galley. “I might have a cigarette first?” Zayn asks, as though he needs permission, gesturing toward the other side of the ship. Over there is his assistant Taryn, a young woman with French-braided pigtails that make her look more like a high school soccer player than someone designated to manage the everyday logistics of a notoriously slippery superstar’s life. She is the custodian of his pack, doling out individual cigarettes to Zayn periodically.

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Zayn For “Penshoppe”

The world-class musician and GQ’s Most Stylish Man fronts Penshoppe’s Spring Summer 2018 collection. Zayn’s campaign looks are perf for the heat wave currently ongoing, so flock to a nearby Penshoppe store to cop them ASAP!

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Zayn Covers “Interview Magazine” Germany

Zayn is on the cover of the newest edition of “Interview Magazine” Germany. You can check the photo below:

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Zayn Covers “ELLE” India

It may be the first day of fashion week but Zayn in a Tommy cricket jumper on the cover of Elle India is what the fashion world is really buzzing about. It’s the first time we’re seeing the international popstar on the cover of an Indian magazine and honestly we can’t help think he just fits. It could be the Urdu origin name, the international looks or the fact that it’s Zayn. Though the looks do have a part to play…

“I kept the mood true to his rock ‘n’ roll personality and the choice of clothes was a mix of bomber jackets, denim, sharp suits and lots of prints and textures.” Rahul Vijay, Elle’s Fashion Editor says about the shoot. “I hadn’t heard his music before and I just knew of him as a popstar who was dating Gigi Hadid. I would play his tracks in preparation for the shoot while doing call-ins. The white cricket sweater from Hilfiger Collection with the neck adjusted to show off his tattoos seemed like an appropriate cover image. It’s rock’n’roll – preppy.”

Over lunch- which was a plate of chicken wings for Zayn- the former boy band singer was shocked to find out how popular he is in India. “He loves Indian food and claims his mom makes the best Indian food around.” No prizes for guessing who his favourite Bollywood actor is. “He loves Shah Rukh Khan, he’s even made Gigi watch Devdas, which is one of his favourites.”

Zayn did seven shots in about 3-4 hours with Manhattan as his backdrop from the iconic Lotte New York Palace Hotel. “He’s what a star his age should be: humble, calm and very easy to work with. He doesn’t like to smile in pictures, but that’s fashion so it works.” With that jawline we don’t blame him for not wanting to disrupt it.

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Zayn For “V Man”

After the overwhelming success of his debut solo album, all eyes are on VMAN38 cover star Zayn Malik as he readies to release his follow-up. If you think the attention might have gotten to him, think again: music’s most in-demand superstar may also be its most humble.

Over the week leading up to my interview with the elusive Zayn Malik, much of my time is spent reading up on the endless list of articles that paint him as the bad boy who broke millions of teenage hearts after leaving One Direction. While it would be a much easier story to tell you that Zayn fulfilled every post-Destiny’s Child Beyoncé, rogue boy bander stereotype imaginable, that wouldn’t be honest. The truth is that Zayn Malik is not a “bad boy” at all. In fact, he might be the furthest thing from it.

When we connect, it hardly registers that the person I’m speaking with is a celebrity—let alone one that has accrued 23 million Instagram followers, over one billion streams on his critically acclaimed debut album, an estimated net worth of $45 million, and the world’s most in-demand supermodel as a girlfriend. (Not to mention that his name literally translates to “beautiful king.”) He speaks with ease, offering the types of down-to-earth insight that I would hardly expect from someone who has been known to cancel arena-size shows due to anxiety. When we converse, I begin to understand that this is because I’m not speaking to Zayn, the ultra-famous boy who left One Direction—a fictionalized character and narrative that’s as publically manufactured as the now-dismantled band itself—but rather Zayn, the artist and individual.


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Zayn Covers “Vogue”

Midway through Virginia Woolf’s novel Orlando, a startling transformation takes place: Our hero, Duke Orlando, awakens from a seven-day slumber to find that he has switched genders. “Orlando had become a woman,” Woolf writes, “but in every other respect, Orlando remained precisely as he had been. The change of sex, though it altered their future, did nothing whatever to alter their identity.”

He becomes they. The pronouns shift, but the person remains the same. Woolf’s words, written in 1928, could easily be mistaken for a manifesto posted yesterday on Tumblr, the preferred platform for the growing cohort of “fluid” young people who, like Orlando, breezily crisscross the XX/XY divide. Fashion, of course, has taken note of the movement, which is sufficiently evolved to boast its own pinups, including Jaden Smith, recently the star of a Louis Vuitton womenswear campaign, and androgynous Chinese pop star (and Riccardo Tisci muse) Chris Lee. But where, exactly, is someone neither entirely he nor she meant to shop? And how, exactly, is such a person to be defined?

“They don’t want to be defined,” says Olivier Rousteing, creative director of Balmain, one of the many designers taking inspiration from the trend. “You see boys wearing makeup, girls buying menswear—they are not afraid to be who they are. This category or that category—who cares? They want to define themselves.”

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Zayn For Clash 104

As announced earlier today, ZAYN (AKA Zayn Malik) is the fourth and final cover star of the latest issue of Clash. Though currently available to order (here, in case you were wondering), the magazine won’t hit stores until next week, but rather than keep you waiting with just a steamy cover pic for company, Clash is treating you to a teaser extract from the cover story itself.

Speaking with Clash’s Editor-In-Chief, conversation largely focused on the further development of ZAYN as a solo artist as he continues to redefine himself following his liberation from the creatively stifling conditions of One Direction. We find him in New York where he’s wrapping up his second album, mindful of the commercial and critical success of its predecessor – 2016’s sex-dominated ‘Mind Of Mine’ – and considering the progress he’s made since.

Talk turns to the work/life balance, chilling with his girlfriend, his recent collaboration with Versace and his new life in LA… But all of that is yet to come – be patient! In the meantime, here is a sneak peek at a little of what you can expect…

You’ve spoken before about how you feel like your evolution as a songwriter only really began to develop after leaving the band. How do you think you’ve changed in the space of time between your debut album and this new one?

Even though it has been a short space of time, I think you can definitely be able to see a progression in my writing – well, I’m hoping so, anyway. But I feel that way when I listen to it: I feel like there’s definitely a bit more organisation with things, if that’s the way to explain it. Things kind of make a bit more sense to me. I feel like on the first record things were a bit experimental – I was just trying to find my feet – and with this one, I feel like I’ve found that pocket a little bit more and it’s a bit more developed. I’m just a bit more organised and a bit more structured with the way I’m songwriting now, I think.


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