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Record companies don’t know how to make songs, according to Lewis Capaldi

Record companies don’t know how to make songs, according to Lewis Capaldi

Lewis Capaldi claimed that record companies “know nothing” about creating a hit song.

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During the latest episode of the “YouTube Hot Ones” series, the Scottish singer-songwriter deigned to turn towards record labels while discussing his music. Host Shaun Evans asked the 26-year-old singer what he learns as an artist when a track exceeds his expectations, recalling that his 2019 song Bruises made him the unsigned artist to reach 25 million streams on Spotify the fastest.

“Just you know you don’t know anything. You know you don’t know anything,” Lewis Capaldi replied, “and nobody has the answer. You don’t know what the song is, every time I think a song is a hit, it’s a complete failure.”

“The record companies don’t know anything, you don’t know anything. Nobody knows anything.” No offense, the “Someone You Loved” singer continued as he waved to unseen people behind the camera, presumably the heads of the record labels.

Hot Ones was recorded before the singer announced a career hiatus. Lewis Capaldi has already revealed that he was canceling all of his concerts and all of his planned professional commitments, after he suffered during his Glastonbury show in late June with Tourette’s syndrome.

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