The All Day rapper claims both that Kim Kardashian West approved the song AND that it was Taylor's own idea!
He took to Twitter to share:
[Image via To/FayesVision/WENN.]
We're so conflicted about this!
But if that wasn't enough to convince you that the frontman was going solo, we've got some more bad news to report.
Apparently, a few days before his management switch, Harry also got rid of his old publicity team and is now signed to the agency Dawbell, who cover all the press for acts ranging from Paul McCartney to 5 Seconds of Summer.
If you pair these out-of-the-blue staffing changes with the facts that the Perfect singer also wrote four new songs on his own with Gary Go and Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid, as well as his recording session history with Kodaline, we could be seeing a solo album anytime after One Direction's hiatus goes into official effect this March.
Do U foresee Harry abandoning Louis, Liam, and Niall anytime soon??
[Image via One Direction/Instagram.]
Will Kanye West FINALLY make up his mind?!
Yeezy's highly-anticipated album is dropping February 11, and the infamous perfectionist is making changes right down to the wire…
INCLUDING the album's title!
On Tuesday, the 38-year-old took to Twitter to announce that his new LP will no longer be named SWISH! Instead, it will be
In fact, the 38-year-old rapper teased his eighth studio set Swish on Twitter Sunday night calling it "the best album of all time."
But not only that, the father-of-two also confirmed that his latest musical endeavor is officially complete and even teased the entire tracklist… we're just not sure why Kylie Jenner's name is on the list!!!
Paul McCartney always had a way with words.
Following David Bowie's death on January 10, Paul shared a touching and beautiful post expressing his regret over the passing. The message is especially poignant considering McCartney and Bowie were close friends for decades.
Check out P.M.'s emotional words (below):
Mariah Carey will always reign supreme as the Christmas Queen!
But fans need to check the internet twice, because — like Santa — Mariah ain't going anywhere this time of year!
More than two decades after its original release, the singer's 1994 pop carol scored its best rank ever on the Billboard Hot 100 — rising to the No. 18 spot!
The song also remains at the top of the Holiday 100 chart, as well as leading in Holiday Airplay and Holiday Streaming Songs!
Christmas has sold