One Direction takes on NASA.
Wow! One Direction has knocked a music video out of the park again after an impressive "Drag Me Down". The video has already accumulated almost 1.5 million views on YouTube and is continuing to soar. The video takes place in a United States NASA space shuttle hanger where the boys act like they are preparing to take off into space. It's definitely held true to a high budget with costumes, setting, and the fact that they had it at NASA. The video strongly resembles Backstreet Boy's "I Want It That Way" where they too dance in a airplane hanger in matching white jumpsuits. We see a lot of boybands today mimic the hit boybands of the 90s and early 2000s.
This is the first music video by One Direction to debut where Zayn is no longer in the band. He left earlier this year when he released that he just wanted to be a normal 22-year-old which ended up to be a lie when he signed with RCA Records for a solo career. His solo single is highly anticipated from not only his ex-bandmates but also his millions of fans. There has been a lot of high tension between Zayn and One Direction but he hasn't made a comment about the music video yet.
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