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Zayn Malik Teams Up With Timbaland For New Track Too Much

Thursday, 02 August 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Zayn has joined forces with Timbaland for a new single.

Too Much sees the former One Directioner's chilled R&B style given an injection of energy with the help of lively beats, some vibrant bars from Timbaland, and his own falsetto vocals. It is the latest in a series of tracks expected to feature on Zayn's forthcoming sophomore solo LP, the follow up to 2016's 'Mind of Mine'. We've already heard Sour Diesel Entertainer, and Let Me.

Since the release of his debut album the vocalist has shared a string of standalone singles, including I Don’t Wanna Live Forever with Taylor Swift, which was written for the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack, and collaborations with M.I.A., Snake Hips, PARTYNEXTDOOR and most recently Sia on Dusk Till Dawn.

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