Former One Director member and extremely eDgY bloke Zayn Malik has dropped a tasty morsel of a preview for his forthcoming album. It’s not a new song though, it’s a cover of Beyoncé’s extremely iconic Me, Myself and I. 

Bold, very bold.

If you’re blanking, Me, Myself and I is from Bey’s Dangerously in Love album back in 2003.

Zayn dropped the extremely long teaser via his Twitter earlier today. He also told fans he’s “got a few surprises” lined up which means this teaser is just the  b e g i n n i n g.

The full video’s also available on Zayn’s IGTV which you can feast your eyes on via his Instagram bio.

The teaser comes after the release of his single Entertainer a little while ago.

This brand new album will be Zayn’s second project following Mind of Mine in 2016. Yes, it has somehow been two years since we all belted out Pillowtalk and gazed at the wonders of the music video.

Last month, the 25-year-old told Variety he was trying to keep news of his second album as “mysterious as possible but there’s a plan with the roll out”. In other words, the lad’s gonna tease us because he can.

Zayn also revealed to Variety that the album would be “different than anything anyone has ever done before. It’s going to be interesting to see how the audience reacts to this kind of release. I wanted to try something different, I think it’s all going to make sense in the end when the album finally drops.”

Again, bold – very bold. 

But in saying that, Zayn does have amazing vocals so we’re all extremely keen to see what he’s come up with.

We’ll keep ya updated with the album release date.

In the mean time, you can catch the video to Entertainer, below:

The single’s available on iTunes, Spotify, and Deezer just to name a bunch. You can download the tune, HERE.

In other news, Zayn and Gigi are sharing clothes again and swapping sunnies so looks like they’re defs back together. There was that cheeky Instagram story earlier this month, so it’s looking like the king and queen of Spideyland have made a comeback.

Image: Getty Images / Dimitrios Kambouris