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Harry Styles performs rock version of 1D songs

Harry Styles performs rock version of 1D songs”

The 23-year-old singer performed his band's first big hit at the opening night of his U.S. headline tour at the Masonic venue in the Californian city, and whilst he attempted to mix up the speed of the song, his fans could be heard over him belting out the "na na na na" part just like the original.

Styles was one of the members of the boy band before he ventured out to become a solo artiste. "Thank you for popping my cherry", Styles said here on Tuesday.

Starting off the covers in his 14-song set list with the 1D track "Stockholm Syndrome" from the once-fivesome's LP Four, Styles crooned his way through Harry Styles songs such as "Sweet Creature" and "Woman" before getting to the end of his pre-encore show.

Harry also sang a bit of Ariana Grande's song "Just a Little Bit Of Your Heart", which he co-wrote for her album My Everything, and covered Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain", which he also did recently for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge.

As if that wasn't enough, the 23-year-old star sang his self-titled debut solo album, which shot to number one across the globe when it was released in April, in its entirety.



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