In the music and entertainment world, there has been a big debate on if Harry Styles would succeed as a solo artist or not. In a smaller realm, there have been numerous debates on Anything Goes podcast. Would he be a star, would he be mediocre, or would he be irrelevant? Saturday’s SNL performance didn’t put the debate to rest but it started to paint a clearer picture.
Let me say this as clear as possible…Harry Styles stole the show Saturday night. He threw shade at himself for leaving One Direction when he mimicked Mick Jagger, as well as crushing two live musical performances.
— 1D Updates (@1DCheckups) April 16, 2017
Did you know that Styles’ will be in Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk this summer? If not, now you do.
Next up was Harry’s first ever solo performance: Sign Of The Times:
I said it before and I will say it again, Harry Styles has that rockstar mentality. He oozed charisma and rockish behaviors during this performance. I knew he had chops (I believe that is the correct music terminology) but I did not know they were this good. I have gotten shit on in the past for saying that Harry Styles has a little David Bowie in him. You know what though? I already made my hill and I plan to stand or die on it now…no looking back.
Finally, his last performance of the night was a song never released before: Ever Since New York:
I like this song more than Sign Of The Times and that song has actually grown on me. This song reminded me slightly of Fleetwood Mac and anything that even 1% reminds me of that band I’m going to love. He crushed this performance as well.
When it was all said and done, I am going to reiterate what I have been saying for over a year now. Harry Styles is on the precipice of massive stardom. Saturday night proved that.
Please make sure to listen to this week’s Anything Goes episode where the founder of The Ledge, Justin, and I will go more into detail about Mr.Styles as well as other relevant sports and entertainment related topics as we do every single week.