Zayn Malik’s New Single FLAMES Out Now With R3HAB And Jungleboi


Zayn Malik’s single Flames is out now on Spotify and YouTube; this is his first collaboration with producers Jungleboi and R3HAB

Written By Shrishaila Bhandary | Mumbai | Updated On:

Zayn Malik’s new single Flame's lyrical video is out now on YouTube. The audio track is available on Spotify as well. The sneak peek of the track was released on November 14th. Flames is the work of joint collaboration of Fadil El Ghoul, also known as R3HAB, who is a popular producer, DJ and Jungleboi, who is a renowned music producer. Zayn Malik fans have looked forward to the release of the track since the first news of Flames. 

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Here is the track:


Producers took to Twitter to share the news

Earlier, R3HAB had mentioned that Zayn Malik has excellent vocals through his Twitter feed. He had captioned an Instagram post, saying, “So excited about my record together with Zayn Malik and Jungleboi, Flames, coming out this Friday. Also this Friday I have a show playing in Hollywood Palladium, LA. Cannot wait to play Flames, it is going to be banging; I have got a special version put up for that night.” Today he took to Twitter to share the streaming news to his fans. He said that within two hours of its release on Spotify, Flames received 200k plus streams. 

R3HAB Tweet:

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Co-producer Jungleboi retweeted R3HAB's Tweet:

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Fans had a good reaction to the new song

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