Snakehips call in favour from Zayn Malik

MusicBy Sunday World
Snakehips call in favour from Zayn Malik

Snakehips would like Zayn Malik to "sort them out" with a trip to Ibiza because he owes them a favour.

The electronic duo - comprised of Oliver Lee and James Carter - collaborated with the former One Direction star on their summer banger 'Cruel' and would love to perform with him over there.

Oliver said: "You know what, I've never been to Ibiza, we need to go.

"We don't get invited out there for some reason. I think we must go this year or next with Zayn. It would be so sick. He'd definitely be able to sort us out. We'd love to perform 'Cruel' down there."

Despite working together on the song, the pair have never met the 23-year-old pop star and are hoping to catch him when they head to the US later this year so they can "celebrate the success" of the smash hit with a "few drinks".

Oliver told the Daily Star newspaper: "We ended up doing the track just by sending ideas back and forth on email, so we haven't even met Zayn yet, which is a shame.

"We had the basic idea for it and he wrote some new things and added hie spin and made it sound so sick with his own stamp on it.

"We are heading to LA soon and hoping to meet up. We need to celebrate the success of the song. He's so talented.

"Of course we'll have a few drinks, who knows what will happen, I guess we'll see."

The Ivor Novello-winning duo aren't new to collaborating with other artists as their breakthrough single, 'All My Friends', features vocals from American singer Tinashe and American hip hop star Chance the Rapper.