AceShowbiz - Liam Payne is eager to do a musical collaboration with his best friend Charlie Puth. Speaking in a Q&A session with Virgin Radio France during his live show in Paris, the One Direction star revealed that he might reunite with the "Attention" hitmaker in the studio soon to work on new music together.
"He's a very good friend of mine and he may have a song coming at some point, so we'll see what happens," Liam shared. Similarly, Charlie previously hinted at the collaboration, claiming that they both had hit the studio together. He also revealed that when they weren't in the studio, Liam had a habit of video-calling him when he was driving. "He has a bad habit of FaceTiming me when I drive," the 25-year-old singer said.
Liam and Charlie are currently working hard on new album. While Charlie has released catchy heartbreak jam "Attention" to precede the follow-up to 2016's "Nine Track Mind", Liam has unleashed two songs, including his debut solo single "Strip That Down" featuring Quavo and Zedd-assisted track "Get Low".
Despite his successful solo career, Liam shared that he initially wanted to be a songwriter after One Direction decided to go on hiatus. "To be honest with you, I wasn't going to do a solo venture. I was just going to go into songwriting and carry on and do that," he said. "But then I was like, 'You've been trying to do this since you were 14 years old. You would be ridiculously stupid to turn down the option to have a deal.' Coming out of the band, we had some pretty good opportunities around us. I had to do something."