Since Ed Sheeran announced that his fourth studio album will be full of guests, everyone has wondered: who will appear on No. 6 Collaborations?
Ed Sheeran is in the place! If you were told a little earlier that the album Deux Frères continues to make a splash in France, on the other side of the Atlantic and the English Channel, the public cannot escape Ed Sheeran. Back with “I do not care”, his long-awaited featuring with Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran recently unveiled “Cross Me“. On the latter, the British singer was accompanied by Chance the Rapper and the new hip-hop sensation PnB Rock. But while the release of No. 6 Collaborations is still scheduled for July 12, the public can not help asking the question: what other artists are expected on this fourth studio album?
And it seems that Billboard already has some answers. Or at least the American magazine has drawn up a very realistic list of artists that Ed Sheeran might have the good idea to invite to his new album. Very careful about his collaborations, Ed Sheeran could thus be tempted to call upon the inevitable Drake. The two men reign supreme on the charts and streaming platforms, which did not prevent Ed Sheeran from declaring last year: “I feel like at some point Drake and I have to do something together!” Particularly optimistic, the media even imagines that Ed Sheeran and Cardi B could one day indulge in a collaboration. The singer’s reaction to the MTV Video Music Awards (in which Ed Sheeran took over “XO Tour Llif3” by Lil Uzi Vert) surprised more than one and in a good way.
But Ed Sheeran might prefer Cardi B to his big rival, we named Nicki Minaj. Two years ago, the singer admitted on the radio that he “really like” the rapper author of “Chun-Li”. A featuring with the interpreter of “Shape Of You“could give her courage to bring back her alter ego Roman for the time of a frenzied title. Less obvious but just as surprising, Post Malone could be on No. 6 Collaborations. Indeed, the interpreter of “Rockstar” has already been enthusiastic about the idea of a duet with Ed Sheeran. It was two years ago, at the microphone of Shelley Rome for iHeart’s Z100. Finally, impossible not to mention Future. The two men ended up on “End Game” by Taylor Swift and although the single never turned into a tube, the sauce took between the two men! In the rest of the news, find out why Katy Perry and Ariana Grande are the queens of Spotify. And you, who do you want to see on No. 6 Collaborations?