You're Nobody singer James Arthur has blasted the process behind his self-titled debut album.
The 26-year-old X Factor star insists he wasn't given enough freedom as an artist and the team was motivated by money.
Speaking on Polish TV show Interia, Arthur said: ''I have people telling me what I can and can't do, what music I can and can't make. People who aren't artists don't think about creativity and art, they think about money.
''When you find fame or you get signed to a record label, it's not what you imagined - because you imagined they would have 100 per cent trust or faith in you as an artist. Unfortunately that's not really the case - it's what sells.''
Arthur also attacked The X Factor saying: ''Having watched X Factor over the years, they just haven't got it right. The male winners haven't been believable. They look like puppets, they sound like puppets.
''I happen to agree with a lot of people who say it's like karaoke. I've done it myself watching the show over the years and saying, 'I've seen better down my local pub'.
''Unfortunately, there's a ****-load of karaoke singers in the world and all they can do is make them look like good karaoke singers.''