FIRST LISTEN: Ed Sheeran Shares New Single 'I'm A Mess'!
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MTV has shared an exclusive first listen to Ed Sheeran's latest track, 'I'm A Mess' from his highly anticipated sophomore album "x". The album drops tomorrow, June 24th. Get a first listen below!
The follow-up to Sheeran's breakthrough debut album "+," "x" finds the British singer-songwriter collaborating with a stellar list of producers, including multiple GRAMMY Award-winners Rick Rubin and Jeff Bhasker, multiple GRAMMY Award-nominee Benny Blanco, Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid, and BRIT-Award nominee and "+" collaborator Jake Gosling. "x" recently rocketed to the #1 spot on the iTunes Store's overall "Top Albums" chart, mere hours after becoming available for pre-order at http://smarturl.it/x-itunesdlx.
In other news, Sheeran's new "All Of The Stars" is among the many highlights found on "THE FAULT IN OUR STARS MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE," Atlantic Records' new soundtrack companion to the #1 box office sensation. The song's companion video has earned over 6 million views and counting now athttp://youtu.be/nkqVm5aiC28. 20th Century Fox's The Fault In Our Stars based on the #1 bestselling novel byJohn Green is in theaters now.
Blending soulful vocals with organic folk introspection and irresistible hip-hop hooks, Ed Sheeran is a genuine global phenomenon. The 23-year-old British singer/songwriter's masterful debut album, "+," entered the UK Albums Chart at #1 with the highest opening sales figures for a debut male solo artist ever and is now certified 6x-platinum. Fueled by international hit singles like "The A Team" and "Lego House," "+" has enjoyed multi-platinum, platinum, and gold sales in nine countries around the world.