Harry Styles has been on top of the world lately—with a smashing acting debut, No. 1 debut album and single, sold out world tour and tons of Grammy nomination buzz—it seems like there’s nothing else the popstar could possibly do.
There’s definitely more to come from Styles with the announcement of his second single ‘Two Ghosts’ off his self-titled album ‘Harry Styles.’ A live studio version was released on the singer’s official YouTube account just this past week. The performance was featured in the exclusive documentary Harry Styles: Behind The Album from Apple Music that premiered May 15th. The film included behind the scenes footage of Styles creating his highly anticipated album as well as the songwriting process he underwent with numerous songwriters and producers.
Along with his journey to cultivating his long-awaited LP, Styles performed several tracks which will eventually be released on his YouTube channel for the whole world to see. Fan favorites like ‘Kiwi,’ ‘Only Angel,’ and ‘Sign of the Times’ will all be featured, giving us the live studio versions we knew we needed all along.
Styles has been steadily preparing for his world tour beginning on September 19th in San Francisco, CA alongside electronic-pop girl group, MUNA. Due to the sold out success of the star’s first leg of tour, a second, larger arena tour leg was announced for 2018.
The musician still remains as one of the most buzzed about stars today—he’s recently recorded a BBC special that will air in November similar to mega-stars like Adele and Michael Buble. Harry Styles at the BBC will feature an hour-long, in-depth look into the singer’s life and career with Radio 1 DJ and longtime friend, Nick Grimshaw. Judging from glimpses of the show from Grimshaw’s Instagram story—Styles dawning a signature floral suit and all—it’s bound to be a fun time.
— Harry Updates. (@TheHarryNews) August 30, 2017
With plenty more to come and a sold out tour on the way, Styles is doing pretty well for himself—it seems like he can do it all without much trouble.
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