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ZAYN’S NEW ALBUM: NOBODY IS LISTENING OUT!

NOBODY IS LISTENING|EDF
NOBODY IS LISTENING|EDF

One Direction singer Zayn Malik released his third studio album on 15th Jan 2021. The title of the album is “Nobody is Listening”.

NOBODY IS LISTENING|EDF
NOBODY IS LISTENING|EDF

Zayn started recording the album in early 2020. “Better” and “Vibez” is launched by his singles. It’s been more than two years since his last album, Icarus Falls, an aptly titled 27-track follow-up to his much gleaming 2016 launch, Mind of Mine. Both LPs left listeners with more quires that answer about what Zayn wanted out of his post- one direction career. Does the smash-hit success or the kind of musical honest-to-goodness that can lead to 27-song records. They are named after figures from Greek mythology?

About The Album:

Despite its contemplate presentation, Nobody Is Listening to shows both sobriety and growth from a new father who just turned 28, even if the songs seem more reflective of his relationship with Gigi Hadid than of his journey into paternity. The suave lead single, “Better,” is a pleasant, intimate portrait of second chances. This sets the tone for the coffee-shop-guitar sound of the LP. “Outside” sees him gently requesting mercy. While the falsetto-laden “Connexion” is Zayn’s authenticate. He’s all set to “go headfirst into the unknown.” presenting chill vociferous from neo-soul singer Syd. The breezy “When Loves Around” has Zayn’s indicating the chances of his marriage. While flaunting how well he works with the right duo ally.

There is still some instant of unquenchable horny R&B, remembering Mind of Mine. “Windowsill” is both the nastiest and captivating song on the album  “Sweat,” though that song’s “In the Air Tonight” drum fill right before the choir gives it some much-needed energy.

The track attains its height with the one-two hits of “Tightrope” and “River Road,” elegant closing assertion, and two of his best songs to date. The prior is a persuaded love song that finds power in its lucidity, with the singer repeating the phrase “Something told me it was you.” “River Road” invades on Leon Bridges’ vintage-soul domain, as he sings optimistically about his future, delivering the most soften vocal performance on a largely somber, bedroom project.

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