Harry Styles: we wanted my music "to be honest"

Pop music luminary Harry Styles has been in the spotlight for years, first as partial of the hit organisation One Direction, and now in his solo career. And nonetheless he admits he still has a lot to learn, in a divulgence speak with Tony Dokoupil for CBS’ “Sunday Morning,” to be promote Oct 15.

Styles was just 17 years old when he and his bandmates in One Direction hit it big. Their entrance album, “Up All Night,” non-stop atop the Billboard charts, something even The Beatles didn’t do. And One Direction’s unison tours arrange among the highest-grossing ever.

Now, Styles is earning vicious raves for his solo work as well. Along the way he’s turn report mainstay provender for whom he’s dating or not, and either he’s the impulse for other artists’ songs.

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The cover of the manuscript “Harry Styles.”

Despite the hit-making and cocktail enlightenment experience, Styles tells Dokoupil he’s still growing. “I don’t know the answers,” Styles said. “And, you know, I’m 23 and we very much feel like I’m still training so much. I’m just kind of reckoning it out.”

Dokoupil catches up with Styles in Los Angeles where they speak about his childhood; how he landed on the British reality TV series that led to One Direction; his low-pitched influences; and his new eponymous CD.

The new music, he tells Dokoupil, has a opposite sound than what One Direction fans have come to expect.

“I wanted it to be honest. And we wanted to adore it every time that we played it,” Styles says, adding he wasn’t fearful of going in a new direction. “It didn’t feel frightful to me. we consider the thought of making something that we wasn’t 100% behind is much scarier to me.”

To hear Harry Styles perform “Two Ghosts” from his new album, click on the video player below. 


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The Emmy Award-winning “CBS Sunday Morning,” hosted by Jane Pauley, is promote on CBS Sundays commencement at 9:00 a.m. ET. Executive writer is Rand Morrison.

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For some-more info:

  • hstyles.co.uk (Official site)
  • “Harry Styles” by Harry Styles (Sony Music), accessible in CD (Amazon and Barnes Noble), Vinyl (Amazon and Barnes Noble), Digital Download (Amazon, Google Play and iTunes), and Streaming (Amazon, Apple Music and Spotify) formats

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