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Singer Zayn Malik wants to collaborate with Miley Cyrus.

Ever since launching his solo career in 2016, the former One Direction star has collaborated with such artists as Taylor Swift, Sia, and Timbaland, among others, and now he is open to joining forces with the Wrecking Ball singer.

In a recent chat with fans on Stationhead, Malik revealed Cyrus was next on his wish list.

“I would like to do a collaboration with her,” he said during a livestream on Monday.

The singer added, “I like her recent music a lot, it’s crazy. She has got a sick voice and I think we could do something really cool together, especially in line with what my new record sounds like. Miley, if you heard this, and you are interested, I am here. Let’s do something.”

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During the live stream, Malik also took a moment to reflect on his past, as he revealed that he’s been spending time listening to the music that he made with his former One Direction bandmates, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson.

Meanwhile, the 31-year-old is gearing up to release his fourth studio album, Room Under the Stairs, on 17 May. It serves as the follow-up to his 2021 release Nobody Is Listening.


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