Chris Brown and Tyler, the Creator Really Want to Work With Zayn Malik

Zayn Malik, Tyler, the Creator, Chris Brown

Chris Brown and Tyler, the Creator Really Want to Work With Zayn Malik

Breezy is now the former One Direction member's labelmate.

Published August 10, 2015

Chris Brown has been heavy on his collaboration tip as of late and Tyler, the Creator has a lot of free time now that he's no longer set to tour Australia. But they have one thing in common: they both want to work with ex-One Direction member Zayn Malik.

In an interview with Capital FM, reports the Daily Mirror, Breezy sang his new labelmate's praises (he and Malik are both signed to RCA Records). When asked if he is open to working with the former boy band member, the "Ayo" singer was all for it.

"Of course, of course [I'd work with him]," he said. "I don't shy away from anyone and I think he's a great artist... I know he has a huge fanbase and the fans are waiting to hear his stuff, so it would be cool to get down and collab."

Tyler took a more direct approach. He tweeted the singer overnight with an open offer for them to get together in the studio. "HI @zaynmalik I HAVE BEAUTIFUL INSTRUMENTALS AND YOU HAVE A VOICE LETS FIGURE THIS OUT MY GUY . EPIC ALBUM CUTS THO NO RADIO SINGLES," he wrote


Zayn, in high demand after he famously left his four 1D buds behind to pursue a solo career, has yet to respond to Brown or Tyler. Maybe he's holding out for his buddy Drake?

All that's known for sure is that the young star is currently hard at work in the studio after he recently tweeted that he's cooking up some heat in the lab: is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music. 

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Written by Moriba Cummings


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