Zayn Singing In Urdu On His New Album Is 1 Minute And 44 Seconds Of Perfection

29 March 2016, 12:27 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09

Zayn Malik
Woodrow Whyte

By Woodrow Whyte

sLaY mE zAdDy

If you're anything like us, you've probably been listening to Mind of Mine all weekend. If so, well done, you are a good human being and deserve all the love and happiness the world can give you.

Perhaps predictably, given a lot of Zayn fans are still/former 1D fans, the reaction to the album has been enthusiastic, to say the least. One song in particular sent the Zayn fandom into overdrive. 

"INTERMISSION: floWers" is an interlude on the first half of the record and it features Zayn singing in Urdu, a language native to Pakistan where Zayn has family heritage. It's a really beautiful moment and fans obviously lost their shit when they heard it.


Fans didn't waste anytime creating memes about their reaction to the record. We've watch this Shrek/Drunk All Summer Vine about 100 times already.

The Ziam theorists are already at it...


What fresh hell is this?








Who did this?


You can listen to "INTERMISSION: floWers" below and let us know what you think about the album in the comments.