You'd think being a songwriter for some of the world's biggest bands would be a pretty celebrated thing.
BOO HISS etc etc.
According to Ed, his label 'Atlantic Records' are greener than grass with envy over how successful the two songs have been, and are a bit miffed that Ed could've been an even bigger superstar if he'd kept them to himself.
Last time we checked, Ed was pretty big anyway, but apparently not enough for SOME people...
Having a chingwag with Australian radio host Kent 'Smallzy' Small, Ed admitted: "I wasn't gonna do it...basically, my record label got very annoyed that my first number one was a song that I gave to someone else, and they were kind of like 'don't do it'."
We reckon Atlantic Records just want to keep Ed's ginger locks and cute little smile all for themselves.Read More »from Ed Sheeran Banned From Writing One Direction Songs By Music Execs Because They're 'Too Good'