'I had the time of my life making it' says Harry Styles on solo album's anniversary
It’s been one full year since singer Harry Styles released his self-titled solo debut album and captured the music charts with beat thumping music. Looking back on the success and his journey post quitting boy band One Direction in which he gained fame, Harry revealed that he had an amazing time making it.
The singer recorded the bulk of the album in Port Antonio, Jamaica and shared a black-and-white picture of himself taking a breather in a lush, tropical setting. He didn’t geotag the photo but the flag in the picture says it all. We are assuming it’s from a time when he was working on the Caribbean island.
Sharing his gratitude with fans and followers on Instagram, Harry wrote: "Today is one year since I released my debut album, thank you to everyone who listened and supported. I had the time of my life making it. I love you all."
Harry is currently in the middle of the second leg of his world tour, that will move on to Latin America and North America. He wrapped the Asian leg of the tour in Tokyo on May 12.