British singer Ed Sheeran, has released a 15-track album ‘No.6 Collaborations Project’ featuring a line-up of record leading artistes.
On the album, Ed Sheeran pairs with Justin Bieber on the already famous song ‘I Don’t Care’, ‘Cross Me’ with Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock. Music heavy weights, Eminem and 50 Cent are also on the track list with ‘Remember the Name’, whiles Cardi B and Camila Cabello team up with Sheeran for ‘South of the Border’. Other notable names on the album include, Bruno Mars, Chris Stapleton, Travis Scott, Meek Mill, Khalid Young, H.E.R, Stormzy and more.
The Grammy winner spent three months in Nashville recording the album and managed to get other artist on the bill upon their visit to the city. “I based myself in Nashville, set up a studio there and started making songs. So whenever an artist passed through Nashville, I would hit them up and they would come to the house. We’d make a song and the record was made over the course of three months with lots of people I like,” Sheeran told Apple Music.
The follow-up to his 2011 released ‘No.5 Collaborations Project’ was a step up from his previously recorded albums, Sheeran disclosed, “I really stepped out of my comfort zone on some stuff. It was very fun and I hope you enjoy it.”
‘No.6 Collaborations Projects’ is available on music streaming platforms and pop up stores in the U.S, Asia Pacific, Europe, Canada, Brazil and South Africa.