Mind of Mine is the debut studio album by English singer and songwriter Zayn. It was released by RCA Records on 25 March 2016. Primarily R&B and alternative R&B, the album incorporates elements from a number of genres, including pop, folk, dub, soul, funk, electronic, Qawwali, hip hop, reggae and soft rock. The album was preceded by the release of the lead single "Pillowtalk", which debuted at number one in a number of international charts, including the UK Singles Chart and the US Billboard Hot 100. The second single, "Like I Would", was released on 10 March 2016. Mind of Mine has received mostly positive reviews from music critics, with praise directed towards Malik's new musical direction, his vocal performance, and the ambitious experimental production.
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The 93rd edition of the iconic NOW Music compilation series will feature the biggest hits in the UK charts. Pillowtalk is a song recorded by English singer and songwriter Zayn, for his debut solo studio album Mind of Mine. Lush Life topped the charts in Sweden for five weeks, becoming Larsson's second number one single in her home country. It also peaked at number two in Denmark and Norway, Australia and the United Kingdom, and number six in Finland. Take Me Home is a song by English singer and songwriter Jess Glynne. It was released as the fifth single from her debut studio album. Faded is a Norwegian EDM artist Alan Walker originating from Bergen, Norway. The song features the vocals from the singer Iselin Solheim. Walker had launched it originally as an instrumental titled Fade, adding acoustic instruments and lyrics.
Back when the Rolling Stones were proud to be the voice of revolt and Mick Jagger was as far away from his knighthood as Zayn Malik is from a seat in the House of Lords, they were, very occasionally, modest, not to say humble. A couple years after cutting their eponymous first album in 1964, chock full of covers of blues and rhythm and blues songs by black artists including a buzz-toned slice of anthropomorphism about our favourite honey-making insect, Jagger told Rolling Stone magazine: “You could say that we did blues to turn people on, but why they would be turned on by us is unbelievably stupid. I mean what's the point in listening to us doing ‘I’m a King Bee’ when you can hear Slim Harpo do it?”