Ellie Goulding Shoots Down Matt Healy’s Suggestion People Don’t Buy Her Album

Reacting to The 1975 frontman’s comments about pop artists, the ‘Love Me like You Do’ hitmaker points out why she believes ‘people have been fairly invested’ in her music.

AceShowbizEllie Goulding has responded after The 1975‘s Matt Healy suggested in a recent interview that people don’t buy her albums.

The 30-year-old rocker was asked for his opinion about how streaming affects record sales in an interview with Beat Magazine.

“The artists whose single streams are in the billions, people don’t buy their albums, necessarily…Ellie Goulding, people will listen to her music at the gym and they will listen to it on playlists,” he mused. “They’ll put the Pop playlist on and it will get out there. When it comes to her putting out a record, which is someone saying, ‘Will you invest in my lifestyle?’ or ‘Do you want to invest in me, as an idea?’…I have a lot of ‘Yes, I want to invest in you as an idea, and less, ‘I’ll pop this on when I’m doing whatever.'”

But Ellie was less than impressed by Matty’s quote, hitting back on her Instagram Story, “I’ve had 3 multi platinum albums so I feel like people have been fairly invested but ok I’ll let you have it.”

Elsewhere in his interview, Matty took aim at Drake, insisting he’s more interested in achieving longterm success than having popularity in the moment.

“I’ve said this before, but the Drakes of the world, they’re professionals at keeping people’s attention for three minutes,” he explained. “They can do that again and again. I’m not that good at that. A single will happen accidentally throughout the myriad of writing songs.”

“The way that we express ourselves is like longform. I can do it and I do it occasionally, I’d love it if we can make it work where I get a big idea down in three minutes. We’ve always been an albums band.”

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