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Zayn - Pillowtalk (MIDI)


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Format: MIDI
Duration: 3:21

From the album ...
Mind of Mine


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"Pillowtalk" is a song recorded by English singer Zayn for his debut solo studio album, Mind of Mine, released on 25 March 2016. It was written by Zayn, Anthony Hannides and Michael Hannides of MYKL, with production of the song helmed by the latter two and Levi Lennox. The song was released as the lead single from the album on 29 January 2016, along with its accompanying music video. Musically, "Pillowtalk" has been defined by critics as a multi-genre track, including downtempo electronic and alternative R&B, with a pop-R&B production. An acoustic version of the song was also released.

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