Zayn Malik Shares New Song After Unprofessional Leak

Zayn Malik has shared a new song with his fans after “unprofessionalism” led to it leaking online.

Zayn Malik arriving at Tom Ford show during New York Fashion Week (Image: DDNY/Broadimage)

The 25-year-old singer-songwriter has taken to his Twitter account to post a link to ‘Don’t Matter (Remix)’, which features August Alsina, but he’s admitted it’s not something he’d wanted or planned to do.

The announcement led to sudden surge in the number of people trying to access Zayn’s website, which eventually caused it to crash.

August responded to the leak by tweeting:

Zayn – who first found fame as part of One Direction – released his debut solo album ‘Mind of Mine’ in 2016.

But the British star previously admitted that he doesn’t particularly enjoy having to promote his solo material, because she doesn’t feel comfortable in the spotlight.

He shared: “I’ll do the music interviews and stuff like that, that actually have something to do with what I’m doing.

“But a lot of public interviews and being on TV, to me, is more about being a social character, about being a … what’s the word for it, when people are on TV but don’t do anything? Reality TV stars? I don’t buy into that side of things.

“I just want to do my music. If people hear about me from their friend, it’s cooler than me being in their face all the time.”

*Sourced by BangShowBiz