15 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This record was based on one I made in 2010 called No.5 Collaborations Project with a load of artists I liked. I had a little folder on my laptop called No.6 Collaborations Project, so I started ringing up people who I wanted to work with. I think the first was Camila, and then it sort of opened up from there. 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. I really stepped out of my comfort zone on some stuff. It was very fun and I hope you enjoy it. —Ed

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

This record was based on one I made in 2010 called No.5 Collaborations Project with a load of artists I liked. I had a little folder on my laptop called No.6 Collaborations Project, so I started ringing up people who I wanted to work with. I think the first was Camila, and then it sort of opened up from there. 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. I really stepped out of my comfort zone on some stuff. It was very fun and I hope you enjoy it. —Ed

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
1.6K Ratings

1.6K Ratings

RAB Jr. ,

Negative Haters

I’ve read a lot of these negative reviews and there are some glaring things that stick out to me. Some say that Ed should stick to his style of music & others trash him for stepping outside the box, to experience other styles of music. Have these haters ever really looked into what being an “artist” means? Ed is an artist & is looking for inspiration in other styles of music. It’s called creativity! Always looking to expand &/or experiment. That’s being an artist. If you do the same thing all the time, that’s when it gets boring for the fans & frankly the artist. Eventually, the fan base will fade if an artist dies the same thing all the time. They become one dimensional. Ed has the freedom to explore his creativity! If you don’t take chances in life, you’ll never get anywhere. If a project fails, you learn from it, move on and try something else. The negative haters need to get a grip.

ablankpage02 ,

Why iTunes?

Why do you allow idiots to rate music that hasn’t been released? There’s no true rating for any album if hundreds of haters are going to give it one star just because they enjoy trolling the artist.
You’re becoming the Rotten Tomatoes of music!

Meh🥀 ,

I love this

To the person who said less hip hop more real music, hip hop IS music and dare you forget that all “real music” stems from black people.

Anywho, I love everything I’ve heard so far. I’m all for people experimenting with their creativity ESPECIALLY with other artists. Cross me is a certified bop and I’m so excited to see what else you come out with!

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