Harry Styles is reportedly all set to make a musical comeback with a lead single from his third album later this month. The former One Direction star was spotted on a giant bed near The Mall near Buckingham Palace in London last month as he filmed his new music video.
And Harry is expecting to hit the top spot with the singer’s last album release being the BRIT Award-winning ‘Fine Line’ in 2019. According to The Sun, a source stated, “Harry’s lead single is coming this month and his fans are in for a real treat. He has worked so hard on this track and it’s going straight to No1.
The source went on to say, “The video is going to be just as good as the song. While fans might think they have seen it all, Harry actually saved the best bit for behind closed doors.” The source added, “The fashion and the features in the secret shoot for the video are incredible.” “Harry really pushes the boat out. He is absolutely thrilled with what they have created and can’t wait for people to hear the song and see the video.”
In June this year, Harry is set to hit the stage at the 90,000-capacity Wembley Stadium, being the first X Factor contestant to headline gigs at the legendary London venue. Harry, who has been in the midst of his Love On tour after it was delayed due to the Covid pandemic, released the album Fine Line two years ago when it went platinum and topped the US charts.
Harry Styles has increasingly been turning to act, with roles in Dunkirk and 2021s Eternals with Angelina Jolie and Kit Harington. Last year, Harry was reported to be the richest of his former One Direction bandmates after his record label doubled its value to £28 million. The Watermelon Sugar hitmaker’s Erskine Records Ltd is said to be worth £28.79 million after its value was previously £14.9million in 2019.
It comes after Harry’s overall fortune was estimated at £63million by The Sunday Times in May 2020. The singer soared to fame as one-fifth of the group made up of Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, and Louis Tomlinson, on The X Factor in 2010, the band has been on a hiatus since 2016 as they all launch solo careers after Zayn quit.