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Zayn Malik reveals he’d love to do a collaboration with country music star Chris Stapleton

‘I’m a fan’: Zayn Malik reveals he’d love to do a collaboration with country music star Chris Stapleton

He’s given a wide-ranging interview to GQ about his new music and his approach to his solo career.

And now, in a surprising reveal, Zayn Malik says he’d love to do a collaboration with country music star Chris Stapleton.

The 28-year-old former boybander told Radio,com Wednesday: ‘I reached out to him before and he said he wanted to do something, so I’d like to do something with him in the future.’

Malik told Radio,com: 'I reached out to him before and he said he wanted to do something'

Fan: Zayn Malik says he’d love to do a collaboration with country music star Chris Stapleton. He told Radio,com: ‘I reached out to him before and he said he wanted to do something’

Malik added: ‘I listen to a lot of Country music. If there’s any good Country voices out there I’m a fan.’ 

Stapleton, a five-time Grammy winner, is best known for his hits Parachute, Broken Halos and Tennessee Whiskey.

In GQ Spain and India, the One Direction alum spoke for the first time since becoming a father.

He welcomed a daughter Khai with girlfriend Gigi Hadid last September. 

Hitmaker: Stapleton, a five-time Grammy winner, is best known for his hits Parachute, Broken Halos and Tennessee Whiskey.

Hitmaker: Stapleton, a five-time Grammy winner, is best known for his hits Parachute, Broken Halos and Tennessee Whiskey.

Publicity drive: Former boybander Malik, 28, has also given a wide-ranging interview to GQ about his new music and his approach to his solo career

Publicity drive: Former boybander Malik, 28, has also given a wide-ranging interview to GQ about his new music and his approach to his solo career

New direction: The One Direction alum became a father last September when his girlfriend Gigi Hadid gave birth to their daughter Khai (they're pictured in 2016)

New direction: The One Direction alum became a father last September when his girlfriend Gigi Hadid gave birth to their daughter Khai (they’re pictured in 2016)

In the wake of the release of his new solo album Nobody Is Listening, he confided: ‘It really is not easy to have some form of creative freedom or control.’

Malik went on: ‘The truth is that I have to continually go against the grain when people tell me to do things a certain way, but my stubbornness and my willingness to want to do things differently help me get through it.’

The British singer released his third solo studio album on January 15th and described it as his ‘most personal project to date’.

Interview: In the wake of the release of his new solo album Nobody Is Listening, the British singer confided to GQ: 'It really is not easy to have some form of creative freedom or control'

Interview: In the wake of the release of his new solo album Nobody Is Listening, the British singer confided to GQ: ‘It really is not easy to have some form of creative freedom or control’

Explaining his reasoning behind the name, he continued to GQ: ‘I feel like, in general, no one is listening at the moment. 

‘With everything going on, and in a world of unnecessarily overexposed opinions, with people yelling at each other to see who makes the most noise, I feel like no one is being heard. People love to talk, but nobody likes to listen.’ 

He said: ‘I think the quarantine has affected me in the same way as everyone else.

‘I am not a person that spends too much time outside home or outdoors and I like to have my own space, so that is the only advantage, other than that now it is also driving me crazy.’

'With everything going on, and in a world of unnecessarily overexposed opinions, with people yelling at each other to see who makes the most noise, I feel like no one is being heard,' he said

‘With everything going on, and in a world of unnecessarily overexposed opinions, with people yelling at each other to see who makes the most noise, I feel like no one is being heard,’ he said 

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