Zayn Malik has been releasing many peppy and soulful tracks since he put his step into the music industry. The singer is known for his songs with his boy band ‘One Direction’ but since their split, Zayn has been carving his niche with his singles and albums. The singer who is in Bradford spending the weekend with his parents has his new song out. Today, the latest song ‘Flames’ by R3HAB, Zayn Malik and Jungleboi is finally out on the net and fans can't keep calm. The song is sung by R3HAB and ZAYN and is from the album titled Flames.
Zayn Malik’s recently released song ‘Flames’ and it is all fierce. The singer recently announced his new tune with R3HAB and is set to burn up the charts with FLAMES. The song is produced by British producer Jungleboi and features some Asian-inspired cover art on the Instagram post the singer about his song. With the song starting with the lyrics, “Well, Well you better run from me, You better hit the road, you better up and leave, Don’t get too close, Cause I’m a rolling stone, And I keep rolling on, You better run from me, Before I take your soul,” the song speaks of the journey of the heartbroken person who wants to experience the Flames of hell and go away forever. Also Read: Zayn Malik Teases Fans With New Single Flames; Joins One Direction Members In Releasing Solo Tracks
With the chorus of the song going on about, ‘Light Me Up In Flames’, the song depicts a tragic love story of a person pleading to his loved one to let him go as he will burn up in flames.
Meanwhile, apart from releasing this mind-boggling and spine-chilling song, Zayn was currently enjoying his time over the weekend with his family in Bradford. As the singer's absence from his sister’s wedding raised eyeballs, Zayn Malik shut rift rumour with family after visiting his sister Safaa for her pregnancy and to celebrate mum’s 50th birthday.
Image source: Instagram/ Zayn Malik
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