Zayn Malik

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ZAYN Finally Leans Into His Potential on "Entertainer"

The new track, from his as-yet-untitled second album, feels like a subtle arrival for someone who hadn't quite nailed down his sound.
Lauren O'Neill

Men Bleaching Their Hair Is the New Beard

Hannah Ewens
Emma Garland
View My Own

'Vogue' Put Gigi in Zayn's Blazer and Now Toxic Gender Norms Are Over

“It’s not about gender,” Hadid says in her August cover story for the magazine. “It’s about, like, shapes.”
Issy Beech
New music

Niall Horan's "Slow Hands" May Be the Best Thing an Ex-1D Member Has Done

Who saw that coming?
Lauren O'Neill
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Sorry But Your House Party Doesn’t Quite Look Like the One in Zayn’s New Video

The visuals for his PARTYNEXTDOOR collab “Still Got Time” have arrived.
Daisy Jones
New music

Zayn’s New Collab with PARTYNEXTDOOR is the Type of Music He Should Be Making

"Still Got Time" will probably be described as ‘tropical’ but it still bangs.
Lauren O'Neill

Can Pop Music Thrive in Trump's America?

Ten days away from Donald Trump's inauguration, we consider the effects of a bigoted administration on popular culture.
Kat George
the vice interview

The VICE Interview: Naughty Boy

The Beyonce and Popcaan producer on being born in the wrong decade and a caviar-eating cat called Barry.
Natalie Hughes

Niall Horan Will Never Escape One Direction and That's a Good Thing

He's no Zayn but well, he's no Zayn so who really cares.
Sarah Sahim
Noisey Blog

Dun Dun: Law & Order Creator Dick Wolf is Making a Series About Boy Bands with Zayn Malik

No word yet whether Speed Weed will be involved.
Issy Beech

We Asked Metalheads What They Think Of Zayn Malik’s New 'Metal' Merch

Metal is so hot right now that the former One Direction singer has enlisted Iron Maiden's illustrator to design a new T-shirt for his tour. But what do true metal fans make of it?
Hannah Ewens
Noisey News

Thom Yorke, Stevie Nicks, Paul McCartney, and Dozens More Musicians Plead for Gun Control in America

Dozens of musicians sign an open letter published in Billboard: "Stop Gun Violence Now."
John Hill