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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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M.I.A. ft. Zayn: “Freedun” – Listen Now!

M.I.A. has released a brand new song called “Freedun” featuring Zayn Malik and you can listen to it right here!

The song is off the 41-year-old singer’s upcoming fifth studio album Aim, which is set to be released on September 9. Fans who pre-order the song right now will get five songs as instant tracks.

“It sort of takes me out my comfort zone but kind of takes him out of his a little bit as well. It just worked out,” M.I.A. said in an interview with BBC Radio about the song.

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In Tahiti – August 18

Gigi Hadid, 21, and Zayn , 23, certainly looked content on Thursday as they took a trip out on a tandem kayak together in Tahiti.

The couple were the picture of togetherness as they soaked up the sun on the relaxing cruise, with Gigi showing off her stunning figure in a string bikini.

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Zayn for GQ

When Zayn broke off from One Direction, he immediately started dating supermodels and making hit records of his own. Here he tells us what’s next on his rise to the top.

There is no electricity in the tiny sea shanty where Zayn Malik would like to have a conversation about Zayn Malik. No heat and no real floor. Just darkness—and the underfoot lick of London’s dead-black Thames.
And yet, near midnight, when our pirate hero (singer/musician/T-shirt maker) Zayn bursts through the rusty-hinged door, home from sea to his shanty (an unfurnished, pitch-dark toolshed his people thought would be maximally “chilled,” as Zayn suffers severe anxiety), he’s in a good mood.
“Romantic!” He sparks a joint to illuminate a stubbled boomerang jaw, plus a brown suede shearling jacket that swells him to the rough scope of a weedsidaisical Saint Bernard. He doesn’t seem too anxious, moving with the loose-hipped swagger of someone used to walking in fake wind. He looks, as he would say, sick.

“It’s about being happy to look a bit scruffy,” he says of his style, which comprises thousands of dollars of designer merchandise. “I just got into the whole rock sort of feel to clothes—big boots, skinny jeans, and dark T-shirt, and rings. Just the grungy feel.”

Grunge, to be clear, as opposed to the pip-squeak gleam of his boy-band start. If you don’t know Zayn, 23, as ex-One (of the) Direction(s), he is now a hugely famous solo act, a recipient of Gigi Hadid’s giddy PDA, and an ongoing case study in mononymous rebranding. And as Zayn, he’s a true style renegade. He’s worn robot arms (Versace). He’s worn a doorman duster (Valentino). He’s worn one Yeezy and one dress boot at the same time. His metaled-up ears, full sleeves, and daily-shifting hair are pure Beckhamian (“He’s sick,” says Zayn, flicking his lighter for emphasis), his own hair having been man-bunned, skunk-striped, and buzzed under some fake scalp tats.
Zayn now has two lines of his own. The first is his contribution to the Great Upscale Merch Revival—a 26-piece capsule linked to his album, Mind of Mine, with shirts featuring Urdu script for his Pakistani roots (like the word for mind, pronounced zehn) and graphic work by Iron Maiden’s guy. It’s Hood by Air crossbred with Supreme’s ’99 Arabic collection, says The Guardian, a review Zayn endorses. (Specifically, he says: “Sick!”)

His other, newer, and more ambitious fashion project is footwear. He loves biker boots so much he made a pair with Italian designer Giuseppe Zanotti, a similarly edgy dude he fell into natural partnership with at Paris Fashion Week last year. “Style is not being afraid to be bold about some things, or to say what it is you have to say,” Zayn says. “I feel like Giuseppe does that with his collection—and I try to do that with my music. So it kind of works.”
Meanwhile, if you want to know what’s next, as we did, you’ll get the kind of answer where the platitude machine-gun fire of an ex-boy-bandee merges with press ramble and weed haze into maybe-sort-of-possibly-deep profundity:
“I’m being very, like, blessed at the minute by God or whoever it is [lighter flick], fate or whatever, so um, there’s a lot of offers come our way at the minute with different things to do with fashion. And hopefully I get to get involved in all of them. I’d love to just continually have a presence, because I feel like it’s very heavily tied into music and the image and the fashion, and it’s all kind of one thing. So you kinda gotta be in there, I guess.”
Honestly, you do gotta be in there. And by our lights—even in the dark—he is.

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Zayn & Snakehips Premiere “Cruel” Music Vid...

Zayn is mighty fine while giving the camera smoldering looks in the just released music video for his new Snakehips collaboration “Cruel,” and you can watch it right here!

The track is set to be off the UK duo’s – consisting of Oliver Lee and James Carter – upcoming full length debut album, due out later this year via Sony Music Entertainment.

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Heading inside Smashbox Studios – August 1

Zayn glances over his shoulder while heading inside Smashbox Studios on Monday afternoon (August 1) in Culver City, Calif.

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Zayn Covers ELLE UK

World renowned signer Zayn Malik is one of ELLE‘s five cover stars of the September 2016 issue. In the issue he talks about moving to Hollywood, dating fashion’s most in-demand supermodel Gigi Hadid, and his debut solo album Mind Of Mine, which has already topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic and garnered critical acclaim.

On his solo career and love of music:‘My entire life has changed in the last year. I’m still taking it all in. I’ve found so much out about myself. Mostly how in love with music I still was. The album is a build up of six years and never being able to express what I wanted to say. I had something to get off my chest.’

On his relationship with his mum and sisters: ‘I enjoyed the womanly influence. I have a lot of respect for women because of them. They are so strong, powerful and do everything themselves…’

On developing a personal style: ‘Since leaving One Direction I’ve been given the freedom to be able to wear whatever I want and that’s made it more interesting. More creative. I can say I want to wear metal arms and it’ll happen.’

On his decision to leave One Direction: ‘At that time in my life I felt I had done everything I could do there and I just needed to change it up. It didn’t feel brave. I just don’t have it in me to feel fully secure in anything I do. I always strive towards something better. It’s why I think sometimes I come across the wrong way, a bit distant. I’m just stressed out trying to control how I’m perceived. I think about things a lot.’

On his interest in acting: ‘I started acting when I was in school with theatre studies and then music came after. It completely stopped when I joined the band but I’d definitely be interested if I was given the right role.’

On his relationship with model Gigi Hadid: ‘She’s super intelligent, I think that’s why it works so well. And we do the same type of job so we get that with each other.’

On the negatives of social media: ‘As much as social networking is a big thing now, there’s something to be said about having something real, if I had a choice I would take the camera off everyone’s iPhone and make sure we didn’t have Twitter or Facebook. It affects art form. There’s something to be said about living in the moment. I try to keep my phone for calls.’

The September issue will be available on newsstands from 3 August.

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Zayn Releases ‘wHo’ from the ‘Ghostbusters...

Zayn just dropped “wHo,” a brand new song off of the Ghostbusters soundtrack!

The 23-year-old singer put his own spin on the iconic Ghostbusters catchphrase “who you gonna call?” with one of his signature mellow R&B jams.

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