Noel Gallagher slams Harry Styles and artists who found fame on The X Factor
Apr 4, 2022 3:32 p.m
The former Oasis rocker has criticized TV talent shows like The X Factor, targeting Harry Styles in particular.
Noel Gallagher has struck Harry Styles and pop stars who come from The x factor.
the previous oasis Rocker opined that stars like Styles, who rose to fame on the TV talent show, are not the same as “real” musicians and “have nothing to do with music.”
According to the DailyStar Speaking to the WIRED column, the Manchester rocker said: “The X Factor is a TV show, it’s not music, it’s not music at all and everything that came out of it is not music .” .
the Black Star Dance The singer added, “You’re not telling me Harry Styles is in a room somewhere right now writing a song.
“With every joy he will be surrounded by many girls.
“I can assure you he doesn’t have an acoustic guitar trying to write a middle eight for something.”
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Referring to his debut single, Sign Of The Times, he said that “a cat could write that in 10 minutes.”
“People my age have let themselves go, they’re fat, bald idiots with fading tattoos.
“They sit in their garage and write shit like ‘Sign Of The Times’ for Harry Styles. Which honestly my cat could have written in about 10 minutes!”
The Britpop legend added: “My wife rolled over her head, ‘Have you heard Harry Styles’ new song?
Styles, who will release his album Harry’s House on May 20, 2022, continues to prove his critics wrong.
Since appearing on X Factor in 2010 and becoming one of the greatest bands of all time, Styles released his self-titled debut solo album in 2017, which will follow in 2019 fine line and is now preparing for publication Harry’s house next month right after his headline Coachella set.
Additionally, he’s also forging a respectable acting career which has featured in 2017’s Dunkirk, 2021’s Eternals and the upcoming film Don’t Worry Darling.
While Gallagher doesn’t envision Styles writing Middle Eights, the former One Directioner said it’s the “proudest” thing he’s ever done about his work.
Referring to Sirius XM’s The Morning Mash Up, he said, “I feel like this is my first time making music and releasing music from a real place of personal freedom.”
“I think it’s inevitable that when you’re doing something that’s so important to you, you’re going to feel pressure and a lot of vulnerability when you put it out,” he continued.
“And I feel very fortunate that this is the proudest thing I’ve done of anything. I feel better than ever and I’m happiest with what I’m doing.”
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