Multiply Day, on June 13, where Ed Sheeran took over several iconic New York City locations to play shows from smallest to biggest, was a massive success for his fans, the Sheerios. But the climax of the day almost didn’t happen.
Back when Ed Sheeran appeared on Saturday Night Live last April, one of his two performances included the biting “Don’t” along with lead single “Sing.”
Last night on MTV, Sheeran showed he wasn’t afraid to try his hand at some of the more well known hip-hop tracks from DJ Khaled, R. Kelly and Jay Z.
What is friendship? Is it bailing another out of jail? Is it sitting in said jail cell with your friend, confident that whatever you did was literally the best decision ever? How about making your bestie a needlepoint with a Drake lyric?
Sam Smith has a big fan in Ed Sheeran.
If Ed Sheeran’s new song tells us anything, it’s that you don’t want to cheat on this feisty redhead.
What happens when a drunk puppet of Ed Sheeran goes for a night on the town? That’s the question the video for “Sing” strives to answer.
By Radio.com Staff Ed Sheeran started his career in 2011 playing tiny bars in London and by last year, he was already selling out Madison Square Garden. But this summer in New York City, he’ll manage to work his way […]
Ed Sheeran’s a busy man — and not just because of his upcoming studio album, though that’s certainly a major factor. Even with X on the way, he’s still in the studio recording new material, most recently with two high-profile ladies: Demi Lovato and Hilary Duff.
Not long after Grouplove’s own track from The Fault in Our Stars surfaced, Ed Sheeran continues his stream of new music with his own contribution to the book-turned-movie’s soundtrack.