AceShowbiz - Harry Styles premieres a music video in support of his new single called "Kiwi". It shows a group of children engaging in a shouting match in a school hall. It soon escalates into throwing food at one another. Halfway into the chaos, the singer shows up and unleashes dogs before joining the food fight led by his young female lookalike.
"Kiwi" is taken from Harry's self-titled album. Rumor has it, the song is about a British-born Kiwi model named Georgia Fowler to whom he was romantically linked in the past. Without giving any names, he describes the woman in the lyrics, "She worked her way through a cheap pack of cigarettes /Hard liquor mixed with a bit of intellect /And all the boys, they were saying they were into it /Such a pretty face, on a pretty neck."
When the song first came out, it sent Harry's legion of fans into frenzy as he hinted that he might have gotten the woman pregnant. "I'm having your baby, it's none of your business," he sings over the aggresive beat. "And now she's all over me, it's like I paid for it /It's like I paid for it, I'm gonna pay for this."
The One Direction star is also believed to talk about another former flame Taylor Swift in his other song "Two Ghosts". He describes her as having "same lips red, same eyes blue /Same white shirt, couple more tattoos." He adds, "Tastes so sweet, looks so real /Sounds like something that I used to feel /But I can't touch what I see."
"Harry Styles" is his solo debut album following 1D's hiatus after the group wrapped up their 2015 tour. The album was released in May and now the 23-year-old singer has his own headlining world tour. He kicked it off in September and is expected to stay on the road until July 2018.