UPDATE: New visual for “Cross Me” added below, directed by Ryan Staake and — in place of the actual collaborators — featuring some impressive visual effects.
Ed Sheeran recently revealed that he delivering a new release titled No.6 Collaborations Project on July 12, which will — as you’ve probably guessed — feature a bunch of dope collabs. This week, the British star delivered a new track from that project titled “Cross Me,” which features assistance from Hip-Hop artists Chance The Rapper and PnB Rock.
Check that out below, along with another recent track/visual — “I Don’t Care,” which features the additional stylings of Justin Bieber.
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