Harry Styles recently released his debut solo album last May 12 included therein the controversial song, Two Ghost. Fans claimed that the song is about his brief relationship with his ex-girlfriend, Taylor Swift. With an interview with BBC Radio 1, Styles stepped out at the question regarding the allegations.
Fans are very sure that Style's new track, Two Ghost is dedicated to the Bad Blood singer. They claimed that it is written to compliment with Swift's hit single, 'Style'. While on an interview with Nick Grimshaw, the former One Direction singer neither denied or confirmed anything.
Grimshaw asked Styles about the hidden meaning behind each track in the album and he said that they we're all self-explanatory. When asked about "Two Ghost" relating to Swift he avoided answering it by calling out to his manager, Jeffrey. Amid the speculations, he hasn't given any comments about the rumors.
"I mean I think it's pretty like self-explanatory. I think, y'know it's about sometimes things change and you can do all the same things... and sometimes it's just different, y'know." he said.
Before the conversation ends, Grimshaw asked Styles how would he feel with regards to his co-1D member, Liam Payne competing with solo career music, as reported by Billboard. He said it would be great and he's happy with Payne's album set to release on May 19.
Meanwhile, he recently revealed that his Number One single "Sign Of Times" is inspired by Brexit and the Black Lives Matter movement, as reported by NME. He said that he is recently inspired by the state of the world.
With his intimate tours being sold out in seconds, Styles album will debut as top 1 on Billboard 200 chart according to industry forecasters. The album is expected to earn over 250,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. It will be revealed by Billboard on May 21 if the expectations are met.