Zayn Malik imminent album contain Urdu song665 views
Zayn Malik, Ex-One Direction singer, is admired by all over the world but now has Pakistani fans ecstatic when it revealed that his upcoming album Mind of Mine will feature an Urdu song titled Flower.
A review of the R&B singer’s most recent album, which is cited in the New York Times, has stated that “the producer — Malay — plays a gentle folk-influenced guitar figure, while Zayn exhales deeply atop it and then begins singing with centered but controlled fervor”.
The most awaiting song’s lyrics are as,
Jab tak is mohabbat ke phool na khilay
Tab tak is dill ko sukoon na miley
(Until the flower of this love has blossomed/This heart won’t be at peace)
Zayn’s Flower song is the most love-struck song on this album by millions of Urdu-speaking fans, it is reported.
The 104-second love song becomes in the center of Mind of Mine as an intermission. Zayn, who is a British-Pakistani, has formerly revealed that he speaks Urdu, his father’s native tongue. The addition of a song emphasizes the singer’s inheritance and is recognition to his fans that he has not forgotten his Pakistani background, regardless of becoming a big artist worldwide.
The American newspaper proposes that the album “portrays a singer eager to reclaim” the parts of himself that were compelled into the shades, among his increasing fame in the genre of pop music five years ago.
Zayn hasn’t initially accepted his sundry background. One year ago when he won the award for outstanding achievement in music at the Asian Awards, he thanked his parents “for making me Asian, and for allowing me to have some sort of effect on the Asian community.”
Twitter is abuzz with Zayn’s fans that are unable to hold their excitement for Mind of Mine.
Mind of Mine is going to release on 25 March.