Ellie Goulding discusses changes in the music industry following the #MeToo movement

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Ellie Goulding looks at the changes that have taken place in the music industry following the #MeToo movement.

British singer Ellie Goulding has spoken out about the changes she has seen in the music industry since her debut in 2010. In a new interview with the BBC, she reflects on the influence of the #MeToo movement on the world of music. music, including the way producers treat female singers.

Ellie Goulding also reflected on her experiences as a young adult. The behavior of the men seemed to him “sort of normal” and rebuffing advances wasn’t that important, only to realize later that it wasn’t trivial.

According to Ellie Goulding, there was an “unsaid” that the producers “almost expected” that they had to act a certain way towards them. “This is clearly no longer the case” she specifies. “I mean, very rarely, because things have really changed. »

Earlier this year, Ellie Goulding gave an interview to WECB USA on the occasion of the release of the album Higher Than Heaven. One of the tracks, “Better Man,” was inspired by the #MeToo movement and the change it had brought about in the industry.


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