is serving looks, even if they look freezing cold doing so.
The acclaimed musician has enjoyed mainstream success since bursting on to the scene in 2012 through huge hits Latch with Disclosure and La La La with Naughty Boy.
Now Sam boasts a new number-one track alongsideand it’s clear the chart-topper.
The Stay With Me singer took to Instagram on Thursday where they shared daring photos of themselves posing half-n**ed.n**ed on a motorcycle, though wrapped in a thick fur throw to beat the chill.
Dressed in socks, trainers, underwear and the white fur, Sam threw different looks to the camera, showing off their body, including a sweet snowcone tattoo on their leg.
In the final photo the star wrapped the fluffy fur piece around them, gazing determinedly over it and into the camera.
Captioning the series of snaps, Sam wrote: ‘Motorcycle Mama.’
The daring shoot has proved popular with Sam’s friends and followers, with music duo Jedward writing the very Jedward message: ‘Zoom zoom we going to get ice cream.’
Jessie Ware, JoJo, Banks and Pablo Vittar were also among the hundreds leaving fire or heart emojis in the comments.
It comes as Sam recently revealed they’ve had ‘loads of wonderful attention’ romantically since becoming ‘confident in my skin.’
They told : ‘Over the last few years, as I’ve become confident in my skin, I’ve got loads of wonderful romantic attention.
‘It’s been incredible. I’m so open to it. And I know what I want, and I know who I am and I’m excited for that.’
The star, who is non-binary, also revealed their team was ‘confused’ when the musician released megahit Unholy as it was such a departure from their usual love-torn ballads.
Speaking with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, the singer said: ‘I sent Unholy to my team, and everyone was like, “What is this?” They were confused.
‘They were like, “What is the brand? What are you trying to do here?” This is not Stay With Me.
‘This is not this, this is not that. Everyone’s trying to make sense of it.
‘Well, I said, “I’m the brand.” That’s what I said. I’m the brand. And I, just like my gender really, I’m everything. I can be anything.
‘I can sing anything I want to. And I want to lean into that with my genres.’