Niall Horan delays debut solo album

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 27 January 2017
Niall Horan

Niall Horan

Niall Horan has decided to push back his debut solo album because he wants to write some more tracks

Niall Horan has been forced to delay the release of his debut solo album.

The One Direction hunk is currently penning his own tracks while his band are on an extended hiatus but, despite teasing fans that his LP will drop at the beginning of summer, he's decided to push back the release because he doesn't want to "rush it".

Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, the Irish heartthrob explained: "I am taking my time on it. I don't want to rush it. I said it would be out at the start of the summer but I might push it back now a small bit. I don't really have an idea. I'll keep writing until it's there and when it's there I'll let everyone know. It's not going to be all singles."

The 23-year-old singer was the first out of his bandmates to drop his debut 'This Town', swiftly followed by Louis Tomlinson with his gut-wrenching dance anthem 'Just Hold On'.

But it looks like Liam Payne - who is currently expecting a baby with his girlfriend Cheryl - may be the first to release his debut album as he's currently putting the finishing touches on his LP in the recording studio over in Los Angeles, California.

Harry, on the other hand, has been somewhat mute since the 'Story Of My Life' hitmakers went their separate ways last month but it's believed he's being lined up to make a number of cameo appearances in blockbusters over the next 12 months.

And it seems the 22-year-old hunk is very much in demand as Rita Ora - who was a mentor on 'The X Factor' in 2015 - is desperate to collaborate with him this year.

She said recently: "I think all the One Direction boys are going solo or something. I'd love to collaborate with him, I love Harry. I've been writing my own records and I haven't thought about anyone else yet. I know that sounds selfish but you never know - when the record's finished I could get Harry in there, yeah."

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