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Camila Cabello Reveals Why She’ll Never Perform Fifth Harmony Music Again

Camila Cabello Reveals Why She'll Never Perform Fifth Harmony Music AgainCamila Cabello walked away from Fifth Harmony just over a year ago. Since then, she’s soared into stardom with a debut solo album and chart-topping single “Havana.” NME caught up with Camila for a new profile to discuss that journey and how it’ll impact what’s next. Where she goes from here will never include her former girl group’s music.

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Miley Cyrus Is Actually Grateful “Every F**king Day” For The “Wrecking Ball” Video

Miley Cyrus Interview With NMEAhead of releasing “Younger Now,” Miley Cyrus took a phone call with NME for a now-published interview that decodes her latest personality change and clarifies some of her most standout statements of the year—like how she didn’t end up leaving the country after 45 was elected and what she really thinks about “Wrecking Ball.”

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Katy Perry Isn’t Buddha, Especially When It Comes To Taylor Swift

Katy Perry Isn't Buddha, Especially When It Comes To Taylor Swift featureKaty Perry is opening up again about her feud with Taylor Swift in a new cover story with NME. The Manchester bombing had Katy trying to sing “Kumbaya, My Lord” but it looks like she’s lost that loving spirit. Now, Katy is explaining why things with Taylor still haven’t blown over.

“Well, James Corden makes me and the whole world feel very safe,” Katy said. “No one has asked me about my side of the story, and there are three sides of every story: one, two, and the truth.” So what is the truth?

“I mean, I’m not Buddha — things irritate me,” Katy explained. “I wish that I could turn the other cheek every single time, but I’m also not a pushover, you know? Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls. That’s so messed up!”

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Zayn Malik Is Now The Solo Artist He Always Wanted To Be

Zayn Malik Nme interviewAfter teasing Zayn Malik’s cover story, NME has released the full interview where the singer talks less about being ignored by One Direction and more about his upcoming solo album, “Mind of Mine.”

The “Like I Would” singer opens up about creating his debut album and working with his current producer Malay after his fall out with Naughty Boy. “With Naughty Boy, look, we just didn’t get on. And we’ll leave it at that,” he says about their Twitter feud. He then adds, “Malay is all about the music. He can tell you what the screw is in a microphone that gives it that tinny sound. He’s that kind of guy.”

Zayn wrote all the lyrics himself on the album, something he never could have done while with One Direction.  He told NME “he always knew he’d end up as a solo artist – he auditioned as one, after all – and that being in the studio is what he lives for.”

Being in a boyband catering to teenage fans also put restrictions on the type of music he could make. Once free from that mold, he kicked off his solo career with a steamy video for his first single “Pillow Talk,” featuring his current girlfriend, model Gigi Hadid.  His new album has a unique voice, with influences ranging from The Beatles to local rappers from his home town, and even music from his Pakistani heritage.

If you’re wondering how he manages to blend these different sounds together in a way that makes it all work, Zayn confesses “It helps sometimes with the creative process, if you’re smoking a good weed.”

See photos from the shoot and behind-the-scenes video below.

(Photo credit: 1D_Swiss_Team Twitter account)

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Does Zayn Malik Think One Direction’s Time At The Top Is Over?

Zayn Malik 1In this week’s issue of NME, Zayn Malik chats about his decision to part ways with One Direction and his relationship – or lack thereof – with his former bandmates.

Zayn recalled the day he decided to leave One Direction. “I don’t know how I knew, but I just did, ” he says about realizing it was time to move on.  Since that day, nearly a year ago, he reveals that he’s tried to reach out to his former bandmates “but nobody’s reached out.” However, he does mention how he keeps in touch with Liam Payne. Continue Reading →

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