Harry Styles is 'worried' Nick Grimshaw won't like his solo album after recording it in Jamaica

Stephanie Soteriou

It’s fair to say that we have all been waiting with eager anticipation for news on Harry Styles’ solo music efforts, with the One Direction star being predictably mysterious when it comes to his upcoming solo album.

And that’s probably why we are so desperate to cling to any snippet of information that we get, with Nick Grimshaw’s latest comments leaving us more excited than ever for Harry’s music.

Harry’s solo album was recorded in Jamaica.

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, Harry and Grimmers have been best friends for a long ol’ time and in a new interview Nick revealed that Harry recorded his new music whilst on holiday in Jamaica… And that he’s worried that Radio 1 DJ Nick won’t like it.

Speaking out, Nick explained to GQ magazine: “He’s [Harry] worried I won’t like his new solo record.

“He recorded it in Jamaica so I’m praying it’s some awful white man reggae.”

It is thought that Harry was in Jamaica with 1D bandmate Louis.

Hey, if anyone could pull off ‘awful white man reggae’ it’s Harry Edward Styles, right?

News of Harry’s trip to Jamaica is particularly interesting considering his bandmate, Louis Tomlinson, was also in Jamaica earlier this year, leaving us to wonder if Lou offered Harry some words of advice in the studio.

We bloomin’ hope so.

Harry and fellow 1D bandmate Liam Payne are the only two to not yet release any solo music, with Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson already enjoying charttopping success with their solo singles.

Harry will make his dramatic debut in World War II movie Dunkirk later this year.

However, Harry has had a busy break from One Direction regardless after landing a role in Christopher Nolan’s epic war blockbuster, Dunkirk, which is due for release later this year.

A movie and a solo album? We have a feeling that 2017 is going to be Harry’s time to shine.


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