Liam Payne Reveals The Cover Of 'Strip That Down', And It's Steamy

Today, Liam Payne revealed the artwork to "Strip That Down", and it was pretty steamy.

Payne has been teasing "Strip That Down" for a little while now. The single, which features Quavo, is going to be released to Spotify users on Friday.

In order to access the single, you can add the song to your Spotify playlist now, and it will automatically enter your library.

Payne and Quavo have also posted portions of the video online, which you can see here:

"Strip that Down" will be Payne's debut solo single, after having signed a deal with Capitol Records.

Payne made headlines earlier today revealed his son Bear's middle name. The full name is Bear Grey Payne. Liam Payne wasn't particularly satisfied with the name, he said; however, he let his girlfriend Cheryl Cole choose it. He didn't want to fight about it, he said.

According to The Daily Star, however, Payne is now fine with the name Bear:

However, the star said he is now fully on board with the name, continuing: "When I look at him, he's just Bear. Now I look at him and he's Bear. You become your name as you get older anyway."

What do you think about Liam Payne's new artwork for the cover of "Strip That Down"? Are you excited for this week's release? What do you think about Bear's middle name? Tweet us or email us and let us know.

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