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Harry Styles Ringtones

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Harry Edward Styles, or professionally known as Harry Styles is an English singer, songwriter, and actor. Born on 1 February 1994 in Redditch, England, he is also a member of popular supergroup, One Direction. On singing, he sings various genres of music, such as pop, soft rock, Britpop, synth-pop, new wave, soul, funk and pop rock.

Among his popular albums are “Harry Styles” (2017), “Fine Line” (2019) and “Harry’s House” (2022).

On acting, he starred / involved in many films or videos, such as Dunkirk, Eternals, Don’t Worry Darling and My Policeman.

2017 saw Styles’ self-titled debut solo album released by Columbia Records. With “Sign of the Times” as its lead single topping the UK Singles Chart, the album debuted at number one in both the UK and the US and was among the top ten best-selling albums globally. Styles’ second album, Fine Line (2019), was the most recent to be listed among Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Albums of All Time” in 2020. It also made the biggest first-week sales of any English male artist, debuting at number one on the US Billboard 200. “Watermelon Sugar,” its fourth single, peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. Harry’s House (2022), Styles’ third album, was widely praised and broke multiple records. It was awarded the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 2023. Lead single “As It Was” rose to the top of the charts worldwide in 2022, per Billboard.

Styles has won numerous honors, such as three Grammy Awards, an Ivor Novello Award, six Brit Awards, and three American Music Awards. His movie credits include My Policeman (2022), Don’t Worry Darling (2022), and Dunkirk (2017). Styles is well-known for his extravagant style in addition to his acting and music. He is the first man to feature alone on a Vogue cover.

Styles claimed to have had a “great childhood” and constant parental support. Using a karaoke machine that his grandfather had given him as a child, he recorded Elvis Presley’s “The Girl of My Best Friend” as his first cover song. As the lead singer of the band White Eskimo, which won a local Battle of the Bands competition, Styles attended Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School. He was employed part-time at the W. Mandeville Bakery in Holmes Chapel when he was sixteen years old.

Pop, pop rock, rock, soft rock, Britpop, new wave, synth-pop, disco, and folk elements have all been applied to Styles’s music. His first solo album was praised by NME for being a “mash-mash of Los Angeles’ style classic rock and ballads,” Rolling Stone for evoking a “intimately emotional Seventies soft-rock vibe,” and Time magazine for “synthesis[ing] influences from the last half-century of rock.” It was inspired by the musicians he grew up listening to, including Harry Nilsson’s songwriting and acts like Pink Floyd, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, and Fleetwood Mac. Nilsson’s lyrics were lauded by Styles as “honest, and so good, and I think it’s because he’s never trying to sound clever.” NME thought that his second solo album, Fine Line, took “this nostalgic sound [from his first record] and combined it with soaring pop sensibilities.”

Styles stated, “I think it’s crucial for music to change, and that goes for everything from videos to clothes and everything else. That’s why you see old footage of David Bowie with Ziggy Stardust or The Beatles in various eras; their audacity is incredibly motivating.” He claimed that as he was creating Fine Line, he couldn’t stop watching an old Bowie video on his phone, which served as a motivational boost. He has also mentioned Shania Twain as his primary musical and fashion inspiration, along with Freddie Mercury, Elvis Presley, and Paul McCartney (including his side project Wings). Van Morrison’s “Astral Weeks,” a record from the Northern Irish musician, is his favorite; Etta James’s “At Last!” is also “perfect,” in his opinion. He claimed that as a child, he “couldn’t really get it, but I just remember being like—this is really fucking cool” after listening to Pink Floyd’s 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon. Styles got in touch with the dulcimer player from Joni Mitchell’s 1971 album Blue, with whom he collaborated on Fine Line.

Styles has made the decision to tour as a solo rock musician with a backing band. He sings as well as playing the acoustic guitar. Styles has toured with lead guitarist Mitch Rowland, drummer and vocalist Sarah Jones, and during Harry Styles: Live on Tour and Love on Tour. Elin Sandberg (bassist/vocalist), pianist Niji Adeleye, Pauli Lovejoy (percussionist and musical director), Ny Oh (multi-instrumentalist/vocalist), bassist Adam Prendergast, pianist Yaffra, Claire Uchima (keyboardist/vocalist), and guitarist/keyboardist/vocalist Charlotte Clark have all played in his band. Regarding the group, Jade Yamazaki Stewart of the Seattle Times observed that “[Love on Tour] felt more like a 1970s rock festival than a 21st-century arena show from an international pop star.”

Since at least 2015, Styles has been regarded by critics as an exceptionally spirited performer. As Rob Sheffield put it in a 2015 Rolling Stone review of One Direction’s performance at MetLife Stadium, “It’s like watching the footage of Secretariat running the Belmont Stakes in 1973 — he’s 31 lengths ahead of the other horses, but he speeds up madly for the final stretch because he’s so in love with being fast.” Styles tries to approach performing like an athlete in order to give fans the best show possible, so he doesn’t party or take drugs after his shows. For The Face in 2022, Craig McLean characterized his onstage demeanor as “stomping, head-banging exuberance” that is “impossible to resist.” His charm and wit have drawn comparisons to Rod Stewart, and he has been compared to Freddie Mercury and Mick Jagger on stage.