One Direction's Liam Payne records 'dance' track with Miguel

'It's a really good dance song,' says Payne

One Direction's Liam Payne records 'dance' track with Miguel

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One Direction's Liam Payne has recorded a new track with Miguel.

Payne, a member of the teen pop sensations, told The Sun (paywall) that he recently got "really, really drunk" and recorded a song with the US singer, but revealed that the track might not work for the group as it's a "really good dance song".

Speaking about the collaboration, he said: "I want to try and give it to someone because I think it's a really good dance song. Don't worry, I've listened to it sober."

Earlier this week, it was revealed that the premiere of One Direction's movie This Is Us generated 3.9million tweets. The figure of 3.6 million tweets was divided up between two million on the premiere itself, which saw the band attend a screening of the film in London's Leicester Square, and a further 1.9 million tweets appearing on the hashtag #1DMoviePremiere, set up in conjunction with the event.

Four thousand fans lined the streets outside the Empire cinema in central London, squeezing into specially-built pens. Some fans lined up for three days to get the best position and meet the band while hundreds of other fans crowded around the square's perimeter hoping to see their heroes.

Meanwhile, Janelle Monae has recently unveiled 'Primetime', the Pixies sampling collaboration with Miguel which features on her forthcoming second album.

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