Former One Direction Singer Liam Payne Releases His Second Solo Single ‘Bedroom Floor’
October 23, 2017 - one direction
After giving his initial solo singular “Strip That Down” time to arise on charts all around a universe and turn something of a genuine strike in a series of countries, Liam Payne is prepared to pierce on to a subsequent track, that he has usually common with his large fan base.
“Bedroom Floor” is distant sweeter than a predecessor, even yet when it comes to a lyrics, it competence indeed be naughtier. Payne taps into a character of a moment, pleasant pop, that has been employed by some of a slightest expected possibilities in a past year to measure a strike (looking during you, Ed Sheeran), yet he doesn’t lift it too far. “Floor” isn’t sexy, it’s lovely. It’s not tropical, it’s breezy. It’s all forced on many vital cocktail artists these days, usually strong in a demeanour Payne can indeed lift off, that can’t necessarily be pronounced for his final record. It competence not be a bar banger, yet it’s uber-cool, and he creates it work.
The strain is set to offer as a second central singular off an arriving full-length, yet a thespian himself hasn’t suggested any sum about a project, such as when it competence be expelled or what it will be titled.
While it was immediately a charting success in his home nation of a U.K., it took weeks for “Strip That Down” to stand a Hot 100 here in America. Eventually, it rose all a approach to No. 10, apropos Payne’s initial tip 10 bid underneath his possess name (and his seventh overall) and a fifth for Quavo, who was also featured on a song.
In between a releases of “Strip” and “Bedroom,” Payne teamed adult with electronic dance writer Zedd to record “Get Low,” that was a assuage success in a series of territories, yet it usually managed to arise during No. 91 in America.
“Bedroom Floor” might also be means to arise a ranks and turn a strike for Payne, who is operative on substantiating himself as a critical cocktail star after a retraction of a rope that done him a star. He is competing with associate former One Direction singers Harry Styles, Zayn, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson, all of whom have launched their possess solo careers, and all of whom have managed to send singles into a U.S. Top 40.