Harry Styles is releasing his first solo single this week. That's not all as the One Direction star is preparing for his highly anticipated appearance on "Saturday Night Live." As for his song, the track is set for release on Friday.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Harry Styles will be releasing "Sign of the Times" on Friday, April 7. The One Direction star has previously teased the arrival of his new music. However, there was no clear announcement until he posted on social media last Friday.
The outlet notes that "Saturday Night Live" has confirmed the One Direction singer's appearance on April 15. It appears that Styles will be appearing on the said episode to discuss his road to a solo music path and the other projects he is working on. He might also be asked about the highly anticipated 1D reunion.
The Sun notes that Sony Music is very much focused on Harry Styles' new song. As of the moment, the One Direction member's solo track is top priority. On the other hand, the platform may also be prepping to unveil other tracks from different music personalities this week. However, fans are all over social media as they wait for the unveiling of "Sign of the Times."
A source close to the situation revealed that Sony Music is "seriously excited" for the release of "Sign of the Times." Fans have also expressed their excitement for the new single. The One Direction star's song is expected to be one of the biggest singles this year.
As for the other One Direction members, it appears that both Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson are still working on their solo tracks or albums. However, Tomlinson may not be able to work a lot on his music since he is busy battling with the law.
Mail Online reported last week that Louis Tomlinson will have to wait further for the court's decision regarding his case. The One Direction star was arrested earlier last month for an airport brawl with a fan and a photographer. L.A. prosecutors are still reviewing his case.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.