Uh oh. Is Harry Styles leaving One Direction? New reports mentioned that the 1D lad has four songs ready for release!

According to Hollywood Life, the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) released documents which revealed that Harry has co-written four new songs on his own. ASCAP documents showed that Harry has worked with songwriter/producer Gary Go and Snow Patrol’s Johnny McDaid.

The site mentioned that these are the titles of the four tracks: “5378 Miles,” “Coco,” “Endlessly,” and “Already Home.” In the documents, Harry is listed as the performer. The site noted that this could mean one thing: Harry is working on a solo project.

The news broke two weeks after One Direction gave their last performance on the “X Factor” UK Finale. Although they recently released their fifth studio album entitled “Made In The A.M.,” the lads decided to go on with their 18-month hiatus.

Will Harry Styles leave the popular boy band sooner or later? Will he pull a Zayn Malik act?

Last March, former 1D member Zayn Malik left the group to enjoy his private life. But months after he left, Zayn surprised fans with his solo contract with RCA Records. He revealed that he’s ready to give fans a new taste of music.

One Direction members claimed to have moved on from Zayn’s departure. But what about Harry?

Earlier this month, Harry was involved in a “Zayn-kicking act.” Apparently, he kicked a fan’s cardboard cutout of Zayn Malik during their concert in Mexico City. Despite his act, a source insisted that Harry has indeed moved on.

Meanwhile, Hollywood Life mentioned that rumours pointed out that Harry Styles was “the driving force” behind the group’s hiatus. There were even reports that Harry already made a solo record deal with Sony.

Nonetheless, the 1D lad denied the rumours in his interview with Allan Car. In another report by Hollywood Life, Harry called those rumours “bull sh-t.”

“We all write kind of separately and for other people and do stuff and bring it back, and that is it really,” Harry admitted.

Does that mean he’s not eyeing a solo career anytime soon? What do you think?