Liam Payne might be just a few weeks in to One Direction's two-year hiatus, but he's already back to work.
The singer is reportedly planning to pen some songs for Jennifer Lopez's new album, at her request.
According to The Sun, Liam and J-Lo met recently to discuss the possibility of working together, and both agreed their styles "gelled" very well.
As well as some recent writing work for Louis' Walsh's post-Westlife effort Hometown, Liam is also credited as a co-writer on a massive 35 of One Direction's songs.
While it's true that Niall, Harry and co. are also listed as writers on several of the band's hits, Liam has by far the most writing credits. On Made In The AM alone, he worked on eight out of the total 13 songs, and is even listed as producer on Love You, Goodbye.
Liam tweeted last week to say how happy we was that fans were enjoying 1D's latest single History, which he called "the fandom's theme tune/anthem."
2016 marks two years since Jennifer's last album release, so hopefully we won't have to wait long for some Payne-inspired tracks.