Paloma Faith has spoken about BBC Radio 1's apparent refusal to play her music.
The Hackney-born singer, who collected the Music prize at the Attitude Awards earlier this month (October 13), argues in the latest issue of Attitude that her lack of airplay on Radio 1 is due to a "personal" distaste that the BBC's flagship station has for her.
"I don't think they like me as a person. I don't know why. Maybe they find me irritating. I think I'm a bit like Marmite," Paloma says.
She continues: "Radio do play me a lot and I'm getting a lot of Radio 1 and Capital airplay on this single with Sigma [recent drum and bass-flavoured chart-topper Changing
], but I still actually think it's personal. I think they hate me and I don't know what I did to them."
You can read the full interview with Paloma – in which she also discusses potentially recording the next Bond theme and the success of her latest album – in the new issue of Attitude, which is out in shops now and available to download to your iPad or tablet device at Pocketmags.com/Attitude
You can also order a physical copy via post – and pick which of nine collectible covers you want – from newsstand.co.uk.