The Full Version Of Zayn Singing In Urdu Is Finally Online And It Is Too Lit
12 April 2016, 11:55 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09
Hear the full version and try not to go HAM.
We've had a few weeks to digest Zayn Malik's Mind Of Mine and there is no denying some of the amazing moments on that record. One moment that stands out in particular is the roughly 2 minute long interlude entitled, "Intermission: flower". The 1:44 second song feels more like a teaser, mainly because of its brevity.
INTERMISSION: fLoWer // ZAYN pic.twitter.com/65Cu9w19A2— ALLCAPSLYRICS (@ALLCAPSLYRICS) April 9, 2016
"Intermission: flower" is the only Urdu (the official language of Pakistan and some parts of India) song on the album (and one of the very few instances we know of Zayn singing in this language) so people are definitely eager to hear more than 1:44 seconds of this bliss.
I just heard the full version of flower and there's noooo way zayn isn't gonna get offered to sing for bollywood— mandy (@mahendica) April 11, 2016
I want Zayn to release an entire album singing in urdu or hindi, singing songs like 'Flower', rather than him making pop/R&B music.— مايا (@ballsdeepzourry) April 12, 2016
Well, don't fret kids. There's a full version on the internet now courtesy of the song's producer, Malay Ho. If that name sounds familiar, it's because Ho has worked with the likes of Frank Ocean, Raury, and Alessia Cara and has two Grammy's under his very young belt.
The producer took to Periscope to share the unreleased version right now and, lucky for us all, someone captured the magical moment.