Song will feature in film adaptation of EL James' steamy novel
Ellie Goulding has debuted her 50 Shades Of Grey song ‘Love Me Like You Do’. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.
The track, which will feature on the soundtrack of the big screen adaptation of EL James’ steamy novel, was played on radio for the first time this morning and is her first release of 2015. Goulding worked with producer Max Martin, who has previously collaborated with Taylor Swift on her ‘1989’ album and produced Katy Perry’s ‘Teenage Dream’ LP, on the song.
Goulding released her last studio album, ‘Halcyon’, in October 2012. In November last year she hinted that she might appear on the next LP by rapper Drake, revealing: “Obviously he’s sampled me on one of his songs before and I’ve done some stuff for him for his new album potentially.”
She added: “We converse! He discovered my voice on his last album, he sampled it, and I think he’s become a fan through that. So who knows, something might happen.”
The singer was also forced to defend herself from accusations of racism last year when she posted photographs of herself online wearing a Native American headdress on Halloween. After she received criticism online for the images, she issued an apology and agreed to donate to a Native American charity campaign.