ZYAN: The “Dusk Till Dawn” continues !!

Zayn announces the sequel to the exciting video clip for “Dusk Till Dawn”

and of course his new song.
“Dusk Till Dawn” was released last September and it was a wonderful coexistence of the British singer with the unrivaled Sia.

The song appeared in the Top 20 fourty countries.

With the action-packed video clip having 848 million views on YouTube, Zayn prepares us for the sequel and obviously for his long-awaited new song
The 25-year-old handed a 15-second video to his social networking pages where we see the black suitcase again with the mysterious content that was at the heart of Dusk Till Dawn.
The quote closes with the phrase “Comes Soon”.

 

The music video of Dusk Till Dawn was directed by Marc Webb (“The Amazing Spider-Man”) and American actress Jemima Kirke co-starred in a puzzling role.
The end found Zayn and Kirke have managed to escape the police and get lost at the sunset in a scenario inspired by cinematic films such as “Casino” and “Goodfellas”.
“It’s definitely a nod in a particular era of music videos,” Zayn commented.
“At the beginning of the 1990s, around that time, people were really trying to make these epic, dynamic movies for their videos, Michael Jackson was a great example. I wanted to go back and give the fans something in this context rather than an indifferent video, “she said.
The music video of Dusk Till Dawn was directed by Marc Webb (“The Amazing Spider-Man”) and American actress Jemima Kirke co-starred in a puzzling role.
The end found Zayn and Kirke have managed to escape the police and get lost at the sunset in a scenario inspired by cinematic films such as “Casino” and “Goodfellas”.
“It’s definitely a nod in a particular era of music videos,” Zayn commented.
“At the beginning of the 1990s, around that time, people were really trying to make these epic, dynamic movies for their videos, Michael Jackson was a great example. I wanted to go back and give the fans something in this context rather than an indifferent video, “she said.
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