Ed Sheeran’s new album features a series of world stars

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Cardi B, Bruno Mars, Stormzy, and many other world-famous singers and rapper collaborate on Ed Sheeran’s new No 6 Collaborations Project, to be released on July 12th.

The 28-year-old musician, songwriter, singer, Ed Sheeran has released two singles from his new material. One was I Don’t Care, which was made by Justin Bieber, led the British list for five weeks, and the other was Cross Me, with Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock interacting, wrote at www.theguardian.com.
Ed Sheeran released another name on Wednesday, with fifteen albums on both sides of the Atlantic singing or rapping. Among them are the American Cardi B, Bruno Mars, Camila Cabello, Travis Scott, HER, Meek Mill, Skrillex and Khalid. In the Remember the Name song, the two rapper giants, Eminem and 50 Cent, have been recorded for the first time in ten years.
Also featured are three leading British rapper, Stormzy, Dave and J Hus; the latter with the American star Young Thug. The album also features British R&B singer Ella Mai.
Sheeran is very successful in working with rapper even without star collaborators: the No 5 Collaborations Project, released in 2011 by JME, Ghetts and Wiley, Yelawolf on EP’s One Slumdon Bridge, a year later. Eminem shared their songs with The River, and a remix of Shape of You with Stormzy already mentioned.
Ed Sheeran Divide recorded her No 6 Collaborations Project during her world tour. His latest album was the best-selling material in 2017, and the concert series, according to the news, will decide on the U2 2009-2011 tour, which has been the largest ever.
The British star, who performs at the opening day of this year’s Sziget Festival on August 7, has received over one hundred music awards in the last ten years, including four Grammy, and has been watching billions of times on the biggest video sharing. Shape of You recording alone almost four billion times. Ed Sheeran has made three studio albums so far and has won four Ivor Novello Awards, five Brit Awards, six Billboard Awards and a member of the British Empire Order for his musical activities and charity in 2017 .

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