Zayn Malik shared a phone number for fans to ring to hear preview clips of the songs on his upcoming album, 'Nobody is Listening'.
Zayn Malik has given fans the chance to hear snippets of his upcoming album via phone.
The former One Direction star took to Twitter to post a number to call to get a preview of the tracks on his third solo record, 'Nobody is Listening’, which is released on Friday (15.01.21).
He simply wrote: "+1 (323)-991-ZAYN."
Zayn released the single, 'Vibez', last week when he unveiled the 11-track LP.
In the track, the 27-year-old star sings: "Don’t keep me waiting / I’ve been waiting all night to get closer / And you already know I got it for you.
“You know the vibes, know the vibes, put it on ya / If it movin’ too fast, we go slower / Baby, lose it from me, mediocre / You got the vibes, got the vibes.”
The 'PILLOWTALK' hitmaker had teased an announcement the day before, when he posted a short clip of an empty theatre, with the word "TOMORROW" written over the curtain.
'Vibez' is the follow-up to 'Better', which Zayn released shortly after girlfriend Gigi Hadid gave birth to their daughter last September.
Zayn’s last studio album was 2018’s ‘Icarus Falls’ and he released his debut solo record, ‘Mind of Mine’, in 2016.
Meanwhile, the 'Dusk Till Dawn' singer has previously admitted his March 2015 departure from One Direction had been a long time coming because their music wasn't to his own tastes.
He has said: "From like the first year really, I never really wanted to be there in the band.
"I just gave it a go because it was there at the time and then when I realised the direction we were going in with the music, I instantly realised it wasn't for me because I realised I couldn't put any input in; I couldn't give my opinion on this or that because it didn't fit the grain of what we were as a band or what we represented.
"So that's when it became frustrating for me, that's when I had to be like, I've got to start thinking about myself."
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