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EDITORS’ NOTES

Back in 2011, an unsigned, unknown Ed Sheeran released his fifth EP, No. 5 Collaborations Project, filled with guest spots from rising UK rappers. Eight years, four Grammys, and hundreds of thousands of shrieking fans later, Ed Sheeran is dropping a follow-up full-length, No. 6 Collaborations Project, which shows just how far he's come. The first single from the upcoming album, which he recorded on his laptop while on tour last year, was “I Don't Care,” featuring Justin Bieber; the new second single, “Cross Me,” features Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock. He hasn't yet revealed any of the other featured guests on the album—and every song has at least one—but we have a feeling they won't all be up-and-coming grime MCs this time. Pre-add No. 6 Collaborations Project now, and when it's released, you'll get the whole album—collaborators revealed!—in your library instantly.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Back in 2011, an unsigned, unknown Ed Sheeran released his fifth EP, No. 5 Collaborations Project, filled with guest spots from rising UK rappers. Eight years, four Grammys, and hundreds of thousands of shrieking fans later, Ed Sheeran is dropping a follow-up full-length, No. 6 Collaborations Project, which shows just how far he's come. The first single from the upcoming album, which he recorded on his laptop while on tour last year, was “I Don't Care,” featuring Justin Bieber; the new second single, “Cross Me,” features Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock. He hasn't yet revealed any of the other featured guests on the album—and every song has at least one—but we have a feeling they won't all be up-and-coming grime MCs this time. Pre-add No. 6 Collaborations Project now, and when it's released, you'll get the whole album—collaborators revealed!—in your library instantly.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
478 Ratings

478 Ratings

BigEJFan ,

Snoozeville

Same beats, same “melodies”

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!

Stephen l. ,

Ew

Just utterly atrocious.

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