Zayn Malik might be releasing a new single real soon

20 December 2017
Zayn Malik's sophomore album remains a mystery but it might be coming a lot sooner than we think.

A new song has been registered on the BMI under the star's name and fans are predicting that it's the follow-up to the album's huge lead single 'Dusk Till Dawn'.

ZAYN - Dusk Till Dawn

'Hurt' is the title of the new song and its credits boast some of the biggest names in pop right now, enlisting the writers of Camila Cabello's 'Havana' and mega-producer BURNS.

Oh No They Didn't report that the future hit is co-written by Zayn, Andrew Watt and Ali Tamposi ('Havana', Selena Gomez's 'Wolves'), and Chloe Angelides (Demi Lovato's 'You Don't Do It For Me Anymore').

As though the writers weren't impressive enough, the production is reportedly handled by BURNS, the man behind Britney Spears' 'Make Me...' and Little Mix's 'Dear Lover'.

Considering the huge success of Zayn's solo debut Mind Of Mine, it's no surprise that he would be working with the best in the industry, as he is also top tier himself.

In the past year alone he has released collaborations with Taylor Swift, PartyNextDoor and Sia, while Nicki Minaj is confirmed to feature on his album.

Last month Zayn revealed the album was almost complete and scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2018, meaning it could arrive any time from now basically.

'Hurt' sounds like it could be his biggest hit to date and we're more than ready for it!

Words: Ross McNeilage
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