He is adored by his legions of fans, who were eagerly awaiting his latest creative offering.
And they were in for a treat, with Harry Styles, 26, showcasing his numerous tattoos and quirky sense of style as he released music video for latest single Golden, from his album Fine Lines.
The stunning video, which was shot against the backdrop of the Amalfi Coast, racked up over half a million YouTube views within FIVE minutes of its release!
Harry premiered the official video for his new single, Directed by Ben and Gabe Turner, on Monday.
Golden is already certified Gold by the RIAA and is the follow-up single to Watermelon Sugar and Adore You, both of which are certified Multi-Platinum and hit #1 on the Top 40 and Hot AC radio charts in the US.
Watermelon Sugar also topped the Billboard Hot 100, marking Harry’s first ever #1 on the chart.
The tracks are all featured on Harry’s BRIT Certified Platinum album Fine Line, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 upon release.
The album also earned him an album of the year nomination at the BRIT Awards this year, and was recently named one of the top 500 albums of all time by Rolling Stone.
The release of his latest music video comes after it was revealed that the former One Direction star has invested in a new live music arena in Manchester.
The Co-op Live venue, which will have a capacity of 23,500, is scheduled to open in 2023 after gaining planning permission in September.
Investor: Not content with his singing and film career, Harry in getting involved in the business world, investing in a new live music arena in Manchester
The musician will be ‘actively involved in the development of the project’, according to Oak View Group (OVG), the company which is building the arena.
Harry, who grew up in Cheshire, said: ‘I’m incredibly proud and excited to be partnering with OVG on their plans for Co-op Live.
‘Manchester is an incredible city, filled with incredible people, and I couldn’t be happier being involved in this project. It very much feels like coming home.
‘I was drawn to this project on every level, from the opportunities it brings, to the contribution it will make to the city, and, most importantly, that it will allow even more live music to thrive in Manchester.
Business world: Harry is investing in the Co-op Live venue, which will have a capacity of 23,500 and is scheduled to open in 2023 after gaining planning permission in September
‘It’s just another sign that this amazing city continues to grow.’
Harry’s first job was delivering newspapers for a Co-op shop as a teenager, according to OVG.
The £350 million project will create 3,500 jobs during construction and a further 1,000 jobs once the venue opens, according to OVG.
Francesca Bodie, OVG’s president of business development, said: ‘There’s no artist in the world right now better placed than Harry to advise us on delivering a first-class experience for visitors and artists at Co-op Live.
‘We’re focusing on building one of the world’s best arenas in Manchester and Harry’s advice and consultation is going to be invaluable as we work to deliver that.’
The venue will be built in the Eastlands area of the city and will continue the regeneration of the area started by the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
The venue was named Co-op Live after OVG partnered with retail giant Co-op to develop the site on the Etihad campus.
Last month, the Watermelon Sugar singer postponed all of his planned performances for the rest of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
His next project is an acting role in Olivia Wilde’s new movie Don’t Worry Darling. alongside Florence Pugh and Chris Pine.
The Fine Line singer made his acting debut in 2017 film Dunkirk and producers were apparently impressed with his efforts in the war flick.
Impressive: Harry’s next project is an acting role in Olivia Wilde’s new movie Don’t Worry Darling, which follows his acting debut in 2017 film Dunkirk