Liam Payne has confirmed he’ll be releasing his debut solo album LP1 on December 6.
Fans have been waiting not-so-patiently for the LP since the One Direction star dropped his first solo single “Strip That Down” over two years ago.
Payne revealed the exciting news on Twitter Friday, as well as saying: “I’m so excited to be releasing my debut album this December! I’ve had so many amazing experiences over the last few years which I’ve used as inspiration for this record – it’s been a real labour of love.
“I’ve worked with some incredibly talented people in the studio to produce an album that truly represents me which I’m very proud of. Your support means the world to me and I can’t wait for you all to hear it,” he added in a press release.
LP1 will include previously released singles “Stack It Up” (feat. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie) and “Strip That Down” (feat. Quavo).
It will also have “Polaroid” (feat. Jonas Blue and Lennon Stella), “Get Low” (feat. Zedd), “Familiar” (feat. J Balvin), “Bedroom Floor” and “For You” (feat. Rita Ora) on it, along with several new tracks.