Harry Styles Isn’t a Sushi ‘Roller Guy’ Despite Writing Music for a Sushi Restaurant | arts and entertainment

Harry Styles is not a “sushi roll guy” despite writing “Music for a Sushi Restaurant”.

The ‘Watermelon Sugar’ hitmaker has admitted to not loving sushi rolls despite writing the track on his new album ‘Harry’s House’ – which has already broken vinyl sales records after its release on Friday (20.05.22) – while appearing on ‘Mix 104.1 Acoustic Sunrise with Matthew Reid’ on Monday (23.05.22).

After a listener asked her what her favorite sushi roll was, the 28-year-old pop star replied, “Not rolls. I’m not a roll guy.

Of his third studio album, Harry told Matthew that making it was “the most fun I’ve had making an album” and that he falls “more in love with it”.

He said: “I feel like my experience of making music is getting more and more fun, I feel like I’m falling more and more in love with it every time I do it, and this one for me, I think it’s the most proud of something I’ve done. I think I feel a lot more confident just that it’s something I wanted to do.

The ‘As it Was’ hitmaker – the song that earned him a Guinness World Record for most streamed track in 24 hours by a male artist – shared that the album is “my favorite album right now” and that it helped him through COVID-19.

Harry said: “I’m really happy with how it ended, and there’s a lot of love that went into it and I think this album helped me a lot through the pandemic and all that, so that means a lot to me.”

During the interview, the former One Direction star – who is in a relationship with actress Olivia Wilde, 38 – offered some advice to his younger self, saying he should “enjoy every moment. Everything You’ll be fine, and calm down. Be kind to yourself.

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