'I don't want to be famous now': Ed Drewett talks songwriting and solo career

Ed Drewett has hit 2019 running.

As Music Week meets him for breakfast in Shoreditch House early in the year, he already has one writing camp under his belt. He and fellow songwriters Iain James, James Newman and Adam Argyle spent the weekend in a rented house in Suffolk.

But even if Drewett has serious pop form, co-writing huge hits for The Wanted (Glad You Came), One Direction (Best Song Ever, History), Olly Murs (Dear Darlin’) and Little Mix (Black ...

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