Liam Payne performs “Strip That Down” at his first ever solo concert at Summertime Ball 2017

He smashed it.

On June 10th, thousands of people gathered at Wembley Stadium to beat the heat and to enjoy stellar performances and latest hits by their favorite artists.

Witnessing something for the first time always excites us. For some fans, the June 10th date marked the first concert event they were attending. For some artists too, Summertime Ball paved the way for a new journey.

We are talking about Liam Payne. Liam Payne took on stage at Summertime Ball 2017 to perform his debut single “Strip That Down”. It was singer’s first ever solo concert since his debut.

The singer left no stone unturned to make it a memorable act. Setting the stage on fire, Payne showed his vocal prowess with his high notes. From start to finish, he kept his listeners engaged with his dance moves. Who knew he could dance so well?

Fans did not shy away from showing their love. Cheering to the beats and lyrics, they reciprocated the excitement and enthusiasm they received from Payne.

It was indeed a brilliant performance by the singer. We definitely look forward to more such performances. If you haven’t checked out Payne’s performance, check it out below:

Payne has been really excited for his debut. He has been putting a lot of effort to give fans all he’s got both in terms of music and performance. “Strip That Down” is already soaring the charts and it remains to be seen what more he’s got for us. We can’t wait for his second single.

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