Get ready, Stylers! Harry Styles might be releasing his sophomore album sooner than we know.
According to what sources told Us Weekly Monday (August 19), the British crooner is reportedly priming to release his second studio album sometime "later this summer/early fall." In addition, it's rumored the "Kiwi" musician has already filmed two music videos this month.
Per the publication, the first visual was shot at Lombardo Toledano in Cancun, Mexico, on August 4, where Us reports Styles was wearing "a shimmering silver shirt, high-waisted trousers and suspenders.'' The following week, the 25-year-old was spotted on August 10 dressed in different outfits for another alleged video project in Saint Abbs, Scotland, including a white jumpsuit, flared trousers, and a black-and-white sweater.
On the same day as the new album prediction, the British crooner was unveiled as Rolling Stone's cover boy for their next issue, hitting newsstands on September 3. Styles poses shirtless on the cover of the new edition, which shows the "Sign of the Times" artist sporting his winning white smile, tattoos and chiseled physique.
Styles released his self-titled debut album in May 2017. Since then, the heartthrob has been trying endeavors outside of music, including several potential movie acting gigs. Before the part was given to Austin Butler, Styles, Ansel Elgort, and Miles Teller were among the front-runners to portray the King of Rock and Roll in an upcoming Elvis Presley biopic. Then, earlier this month, it was said the former One Directionmember was offered the role of Prince Eric in Disney's live-action Little Mermaid remake, a part which he "respectfully declined."
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