Zayn Malik has some words for his record label.
The singer has shaded music bosses from stopping him releasing the album his fans have been waiting what feels like decades for, blaming his lack of release on the company for holding his new music back.
Taking to Twitter, Zayn aired his frustrations, saying: I hear you guys.. I know you want a date for the album and I do too. The label is holding me back but I promise I am doing everything I can to get my music to you. Thankyou.. You will hear from me soon.
Fans immediately hit out at the label, calling for bosses to have a bit of a rethink and let that good music out.
Others reassured Zayn that theyre in it for the long run, and that theres no need for him to rush.
One wrote: Take all the time you need, Z. Were here to support you no matter what! Thank you for everything and we love you so so so so much.
Another added: z its ok please dont feel pressured about us waiting cause we will and as long as its necessary, you just try to sort things up for your own happiness and well be even happier.
Despite their willingness to wait, fans have been urging the singer to drop his new music ASAP.
He answered some prayers in October, releasing the lyric video for Fingers in October.
The song is about wanting to text a lover but seemingly being too drunk to do so. Admittedly, not the most romantic of themes, but unsurprisingly he pulls it off with some sultry deep vocals.
Cause Im fucked and I want ya, I cant even text ya, the 25-year-old sings. Cause my fingers aint working, but my heart is/ If you wanna let me know where you hiding/ I could come and love you.
This is the third song the star has revealed since teasing his next offering was on the way back in June, telling Twitter followers it was completed and he had a few surprises for us all. So hes all ready to drop that music, so now RCA just need to give it the green light.
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