One Direction Star Zayn Malik Wants An Individual Sound. Why?

One Direction Star Zayn Malik Wants An Individual Sound. Why?
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One Direction Star Zayn Malik Wants An Individual Sound. Why?

Zayn Malik at the 2014 ARIA Music Awards. Photo attribution Eva Rinaldi

One Direction star Zayn Malik wants an individual sound. Why? Maybe it’s part of his independent personality.

One Direction! We are finally hearing from Zayn Malik, who took himself out of the band completely on Wednesday.

Is this a surprise? It isn’t if we remember Zayn Malik’s strong personality. Once, he said that everything was very black and white for him. “I don’t really like playing mind games.”

A strong and ambitious personality. He wants perfection, and perfection is difficult and hard. Time ago he explained the objectives of One Direction: “We needed to make a sound that’s not gonna fit in with everything else – we wanted to make something that was completely unique and individual to us. We spent a lot of time trying to make a sound that was a One Direction sound. At first it was quite hard to do that, but I’m really happy with the sound.” But maybe, these are his personal objectives and now, he needs to leave the band.

Since the seventh season of “The X Factor” in Britain (Zayn was 17 at the time), One Direction has put out four albums, but never is eternal.

Accusations that he cheated on fiancee Perrie Edwards seem to have been the tipping point in Asia last week. Of course, Malik tweeted his love for Edwards and said he was “sorry for what it looks like.”

“It is crazy and wild and a bit mad,” he told Britain’s Sun, describing the days around the split.

We wish Malik the very best.

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Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!

Old inspirational quote by Zayn Malik:

“It’s pretty strange because you have images of people in your head when you left, then you just think they’re going to be the same when you come back, like time freezes. I have sisters and from the ages of 11 to 13 – it’s a big change for girls.” Zayn Malik.

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