Liam Payne Biography
An English singer and songwriter who rose his fame as a member of a famous band, One Direction Liam James Payne, he was born on 29 August 1993 to his parents; mother, Karen, a nurse and father, Geoff Payne. Payne faced a lot of health problem on his childhood. For his high-school he attended St. Peter’s Collegiate School, later for his graduation in Music Technology Liam joined Wolverhampton College’s, Paget Road campus.
At the beginning of his career, Liam Payne gave an audition on a British Singing Competition – The X Factor, when he was just fourteen. However, he got rejected and asked to retry after two years.
As told, Payne made his come back to the show in 2010 for the seventh series. He gave his best with the Michael Bublé version “Cry Me a River,” receiving all the attention form the crowd and a standing ovation from Simon Cowell.
Although Payne didn't win the show, he succeeded to gather a huge attention and later became one of the famous personality on the music industry, through his band, One Direction.
After a long joyful journey with the One Direction, Payne started working with producer “Big Payno” or and made a remake of several tracks. Most of the credit for the big hit I Won’t Break a part, by Cheryl Cole’s album Only Human goes to Payne.
In 2014, Liam hit the cover of Attitude magazine, awarded as the Sexiest Man of the Year. Payne is the only director of a famous Australian Band, “5 Seconds of Summer.”
Currently, he revealed that he signed a recording contract with Capitol Records, making a release of his solo song “Strip That Down,” on 19 May 2017
After gaining a huge popularity and success, he earns a good amount of money, and his current estimated net worth is 50 million Euros.
Liam James Payne
Liam James Payne was born on 29 August 1993 to his parents; mother, Karen, a nurse, and father, Geoff Payne. From his childhood, Payne was deeply closed to music.Edit
His music career
Liam Payne started his career with an audition of British Singing Competition; The X Factor when he was just fourteen.Sadly he was rejected and asked by judges to try after two years.Edit
His second appearance
Payne made his come back to the show in 2010 for the seventh series. He gave his best with the Michael Bublé version “Cry Me a River,” received four yeses and a standing ovation from Cowell.Edit
Payne started working solo with producer “Big Payno” or “Payno,” along with AfterHrs to remix several tracks in 2014, after a long joyful journey with the popular band, One Direction.Edit