At the surprise show, the 23-year-old singer also performed several songs off his self-titled solo album which was released on May 12.
Following the release of his debut solo album, Harry Styles hosted his first solo show in London on Saturday, May 13. The gig came as a surprise as the British heartthrob didn't announce the ticket sale until earlier that day. "This is my first show in a long time," he told the crowd in The Garage. "My first show ever. So it's a night I won't forget and I thank you very much for being here with me."
The highlight of the show was when Harry performed a mesmerizing rendition of Kanye West's song "Ultralight Beam". He rearranged the lyrics and turned "The Life of Pablo" track into a somber and moody rock-ballad with more riff and down tempo. The concert also featured live debut of some tracks off "Harry Styles" like "Meet Me in the Hallway", "Woman", "Only Angel", "From the Dining Table" and "Kiwi".
Donning a black shirt and bright pink pants, Harry jammed out on the guitar while singing, "I'm trying to keep my faith/ But I'm looking for more/ Somewhere I can feel safe/ And end my holy war/ I'm trying to keep my faith."
Harry Styles covering KANYE WEST at his first ever solo show! Ultralight Beam 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 pic.twitter.com/rFvquupm85— Howell Davies (@HOWELLDAVIES) 13 Mei 2017
IM DYIKH pic.twitter.com/JMUshnoQOg— Dani🥝 (@narrynipslip) 13 Mei 2017
Harry is slated to appear on "The Late Late Show With James Corden" for a week-long residency starting on Monday, May 15. The singer will hit the road in September through December for his solo world tour in support of his latest album.