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Liam Payne & Louis Tomlinson predicted to be One Direction’s wealthiest members

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It’s no secret that One Direction as a group is very wealthy, but as expected Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson are predicted to be the wealthiest members of the group thanks to numerous writing credits and a special writing as well as a business partnership between the two. The pair co-wrote many of the songs on their last album, "Midnight Memories," including the title track, as well as “Better Than Words,” and more. And the dynamic duo are set to do the same on their upcoming fourth album.

In a new interview released on Monday (March 3), Liam reportedly told The Sun, “Louis and I have a little partnership going on. We’ve been pretty keen to start writing straight away. I’ve been in the studio already, it’s been going really well. Learning how to write is the best way of ensuring your career has longevity and that you have control over it.”

He added: “I really think the next album is going to be a game-changer for us…I’m excited.”

Back in February, Liam also revealed that he thinks their new album will also appeal to a male audience saying, “People say we don’t work hard and it’s all a game and whatever. We just wanna make good music, and this album – honestly, every lad out there tonight who’s thinking One Direction are this and that. Literally, next album – pick up our album and see what you feel.”

One Direction's fourth album is expected to be out later this year and it will be their fourth album in four years. The group will also kick off their Where We Are Stadium Tour in South America in April before coming to America later this year. The tour does not include Sports Authority Field in Denver, but they will be playing venues in Phoenix, St. Louis, Dallas, and more stadiums across the United States.

Are you excited for One Direction's fourth album and more songs written by Liam and Louis?


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