New Video: Liam Payne – ‘Stack It Up (ft. Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)’

Published: Wednesday 18th Sep 2019 by Sam

Pop pin-up Liam Payne re-revs his solo charge with the release of new single ‘Stack It Up.’ The video for which was unveiled moments ago. 

To assist his cause, the former One Direction member has teamed with rapper Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

That wasn’t the only help the 26-year-old has piecing together the cut, for it was penned by  chart titan Ed Sheeran alongside Steve Mac, and Fred Gibson; with Boogie helming his contribution.

Having achieved success with his premiere solo effort ‘Strip That Down,’ it’s proven difficult for Payne to replicate in the two year’s that have passed.

Is he finally onto a much-needed hit? Check out the vid below and let us know…


This is dripping 2003 from every angle.

It’s catchy, which may help its cause at radio. But artistically, we’re still struggling to identify Liam’s artistic persona. And, unfortunately, we feel he is too.

Your thoughts?

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  1. Late September 18, 2019

    The bass line reminds me too much of a “Havana/Same Old Love” Camilla/Selena Gomez mashup…and not in a good way, considering how both of those songs are a few years old.

  2. AJ September 18, 2019

    It’s A boogie with the hoodie

  3. Da’Veed September 18, 2019

    It got the Selena Gomez flow. It’s not really dated though. He can do well in the u.k market. It’s better if they redo the band to make some money while that are still young.

  4. Bam September 18, 2019

    It’s pretty obvious he wants to be JT. That’s his sound ‘wannabe JT”.

  5. #TheTruth September 18, 2019

    There’s zero evolution whatsoever.
    At least Harry Styles’ first single as a solo artist was bold and mature.
    But this guy is serving the same ol stuff. This act he is putting on is not believable at all…

    It seems like he can sound decent so now that he is solo he should let people HEAR what he is capable of.

  6. 2bad2bme September 19, 2019

    These white artists use rappers for cloute because rap is the biggest music genre and black rappers will use white artists for the white audience’s attention. This industry is not as authentic as it used to be.

  7. S.U.P.E.R.S.T.A.R.!. September 19, 2019

    It’s just OK.

  8. Sweetnothings78 September 19, 2019

    A left over song Ed Sheehan didn’t want.

    Liam’s fit but this isn’t.

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