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Ed Sheeran List Artists for new album No 6 Collaborations Project

Ed Sheeran List Artists for new album No 6 Collaborations Project
Ed Sheeran is shelving more plans, huddling more traditional artists for next project which will likely to embrace another accolades for him after his 2017 debuted project steal all the headlines yet he's desperate to drop another juggernaut entitled No. 6 Collaborations. No.6 Collaboration is a follow up No 5 Collaborations Project which was released on 2011 crewing prestigious landmark singers, rap powers and pop artists. Ed Sheeran feature Justin Bieber "I Don’t Care" which directly spent 5 weeks on a steady No.1 in UK chart.

Another top rapper include Chance The Rapper on a song Cross Me. The album is currently anticipating but will be release next month been July. 

US stars include Cardi B,Bruno Mars, Camila Cabello, Travis Scott, HER, Meek Mill,
Skrillex and Khalid; the track Remember the Name reunites old sparring partners Eminem and 50 Cent for the first time on record in a decade, according to
theguardian.

More guest are involved in the upcoming project and fans was also impressed that Ed Sheeran enlisted Stormzy, Dave and J Hus are more artists in the upcoming album.

Sheeran has frequently worked with rappers during his career. No 5 Collaborations Project featured grime stars including JME, Ghetts and Wiley, while in 2012 he released The Slumdon Bridge, an EP with US rapper Yelawolf. He reached No 1 guesting on Eminem’s song The River, and recruited Stormzy for the remix to his own No 1 single Shape of You.

Anticipation for No 6 Collaborations Project is extremely high. As well as being the world’s biggest-selling album in 2017, was the biggest seller in the UK that year, and the third-biggest in 2018. Its first week UK sales of 672,000 made it the third fastest-selling album ever. He has recorded No 6 Collaborations Project during his world tour for which is on course to become the highest-grossing ever, a record currently held by U2 for their 360° tour inc2009-11

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