A popular British singer and former member of One Direction Zayn shot an epic clip in Kyiv. As a location, he chose the sensational unfinished Darnytsky railway station and the Vernadsky National Library. In Kyiv, he shot a video for the song Flames, which he recorded with singer Jungleboi and DJ R3HAB. This is reported by Informator.
Zayn shot his spectacular video in two days in autumn. The entourage of the video was created by the unfinished station on Darnytsya, the building of which has been stopped since the 2012 European Football Championship. According to the plot, the main character of the video began to burn in the halls of the station, but continued to sing. Also in the library of Vernadsky, they filmed a dance performance. Some heroes appeared in masks of the Ukrainian art studio. The video clip also showed the capital's Poznyaky area, namely the high-rise buildings. On the roof of the houses, the glowing Zayn ran at the end of the clip. The director of the video was Frank Borin, who also worked with Stephen Spielberg, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eminem, Backstreet Boys, Bon Jovi and others.