There's a bench at the top of Primrose Hill, in London, that looks out over the skyline of the city.If you'd passed by it one winter night, you might have seen him sitting there.
Here's five things we learned about Harry Styles' new album. I felt like it was time to make a decision about the future ...and maybe I shouldn't rely on others." As one of the most well-known 23-year-olds in the world, Styles himself is still largely unknown.Styles remains a One D advocate: "I love the band, and would never rule out anything in the future.The band changed my life, gave me everything."Harry Styles reveals the inspiration behind his new music. There were songs I wanted to write and record, and not just have it be ' Here's a demo I wrote.' Every decision I've made since I was 16 was made in a democracy.It's amazing to me."Soon, we head to the Beachwood Canyon studio of Jeff Bhasker.
As we arrive, Styles bounds up the steps to the studio, passing a bored pool cleaner.
Like, fuck, I don't know what Prince eats for breakfast. it's just what I like."Styles pauses, savoring the idea of the unknown. You can't expect to keep that if you show everything.
He looks at my digital recorder like a barely invited guest. There's the work and the personal stuff, and going between the two is my favorite shit.
It's said the puke was even sold on e Bay like pieces of the Berlin Wall. Then there was the unauthorized fan-fiction series featuring a punky, sexed-up version of "Harry Styles." A billion readers followed his virtual exploits. (He quotes the Clash's Paul Simonon: "Pink is the only true rock & roll colour.") Many of the details would change over the coming year – including the title, which would end up as Harry Styles – but one word stuck in his head."Honest," he says, a year later, driving through midcity Los Angeles in a dusty black Range Rover.
("Didn't read it," comments the nonfiction Styles, "but I hope he gets more than me.")But at the height of One D–mania, Styles took a step back. He's lived here off and on for the past few years, always returning to London.
The Look What You Made Me Do singer unveiled the back covers of her two exclusive Target magazines.