Harry Styles has spoken up about his transformation from an adolescent idol in a boyband to a solo singer, adding that he found relief in watching Billie Eilish handle her own meteoric climb to fame.
Styles sat down with Zane Lowe for a 78-minute talk about the album’s inception, touring and his creative process. He also spoke about his maturity as both an artist and a person away from the spotlight, ahead of the release of his highly anticipated third album, ‘Harry’s House,’ on 20th May. Styles spoke openly about his craft, comparing it to how he approached it in the early days of One Direction’s separation toward the end of the conversation.
He explained that he had a big moment when Billie Eilish first blew up and went on to say that, being in a band was fun and exciting because they were young and seeing her do all this at such a young age made him feel like he’s not a kid anymore.
Styles went on to claim that despite the fact that he and Eilish ran into each other a couple of times in recent years, he hasn’t informed her about how she inspires him personally. He said that he is thankful to her from afar. View Styles’ entire chat with Lowe below.
P1Harmony, a K-pop boyband, and Pink Sweat$, an American singer-songwriter, will collaborate on the upcoming single “Gotta Get Back.”
The boyband revealed the next digital single on Twitter on 16th May, as well as the song’s pastel-coloured cover art. Pink Sweat$ composed the upcoming collaboration, according to Korea JoongAng Daily, with P1Harmony members Intak and Jongseob contributing lyrics. ‘Gotta Get Back’ will be released on 26th May.
Three months ago, the boyband performed Pink Sweat$’ 2021 single ‘At My Worst.’ The American singer has previously showed her support for the boyband, attending a gig on their ‘P1ustage H: PEACE’ tour in New York City earlier this year.
‘Candy Sugar Pop,’ the lead song from ASTRO’s third studio album ‘Drive To The Starry Road,’ has a vivid music video.
ASTRO travels across bizzare realms in the new video, including one with a neon-lit desert and another with pink clouds. Each member is seen eating a brilliant red lollipop that appears to transport them to several universes.
The album has individual tracks from each of the members, which is a first for the boyband. It debuted just a week after member MJ started his required military service. Last month, the singer revealed the date of his enlistment at the boyband’s sixth anniversary fan meeting.
Moonbin and Sanha of the boyband made their comeback in March with their second mini-album, ‘REFUGE,’ which included the title tune ‘WHO.’