Joe Alwyn Will Make ‘Fortune’ Off Taylor Swift’s Songs Amid Matty Healy Romance

Taylor Swift may be getting closer to Matty Healy, but her ex-boyfriend Joe will continue making money from her songs.

Alwyn, who is 32 years old, wrote many songs with the 12-time Grammy winner under the name William Bowey. The songs Betty and Exile on her 2020 album Folklore were two of the songs they wrote together.

He also helped write Campagne Problems and Coney Island for the record Evermore. On Swift’s most recent album, Midnights, he wrote Sweet Nothing.

A source quoted by The Sun said, “Joe will be raking in a fortune from these songs for years.”

“Taylor’s albums sold millions and continue to be huge on streaming services. He will easily be making a five-figure sum every year from his contributions,” the insider said.

The source said, “Writing six songs for albums as big as Taylor’s guarantees a healthy income stream for life.”

After dating for six years, the Lavender Haze singer and the Stars at Noon performer broke up last month. But sources told People that the couple’s time together was over and that the breakup was friendly.

Also, Swift seems to have moved on from her ex, since news sources say she is now dating Matty Healy, a member of the band 1975.

The Sun said a few days ago that the two musicians had been seeing each other for less than two months and that they were “madly in love.”

Before the Sun said that Healy and Swift were dating, they were rumored to be together in 2014. However, he denied that they were ever a couple.

They’ve known each other for a long time and have worked together with Grammy-winning producer Jack Antonoff.