Two years after dropping his debut album Mind of Mine, Zayn Malik is gearing up for his second LP, as the former One Direction star recently took to Twitter to say that the "album is on the way," and he’s got "a few surprises" for fans, sharing a cover of Beyoncé‘s 2003 single "Me, Myself, And I."

The cover turns the track into a smooth slow jam, showcasing the 25-year-old British singer's commitment to the soul roots established on tracks like his 2016 single "Truth."

Zayn Malik previously shared the video for his new song "Let Me," which is set to feature on his forthcoming second solo album. In addition, he's on the cover of GQ‘s July issue, where he dishes on his relationship with supermodel Gigi Hadid, his crafty use of the paparazzi and more.

No word on the official name and release date of his second LP yet, but stay tuned for updates.

For more on Zayn Malik, check out our exclusive HS cover story, as he talks about fame, fashion and "faking it."

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