Ed Sheeran’s new album ‘No.6 Collaborations Project’ track-by-track review after late night release

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JUST as everyone was going to bed, Ed Sheeran dropped his new album, No.6 Collaborations Project.

The timing of the release was deliberate as he clearly didn’t want any early reviews running.

Our early review of Eds No.6 Collaborations Project album, which has just dropped

But sorry Ed, I’m a night owl, and my first impression is it’s not a classic. So here’s the review Ed didn’t want you to read.

  1. BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE (feat Khalid) An upbeat tune about remaining true to yourself.  6
  2. SOUTH OF THE BORDER (feat Camila Cabello & Cardi B) Panpipes in the background as he sings about a “sexy brown-eyed girl” swimming. 7
  3. CROSS ME (feat PnB Rock & Chance The Rapper) The pair stand ready to defend their ladies’ honour in this catchy track. 5
  4. TAKE ME BACK (feat Stormzy) A patriotic tune about London. 7
  5. BEST PART OF ME (feat YEBBA) Emotional ballet pulling on the heart strings. 7
  6. I DON’T CARE (feat Justin Bieber) Summer anthem. 7
  7. ANTISOCIAL (feat Travis Scott) Feels like a copy of Travis’ hit Sicko Mode. 6
  8. REMEMBER THE NAME (feat Eminem & 50 Cent) Ed says his wife “looks better without the lipstick”. 9
  9. FEELS (feat Young Thug & J Hus) Dirty club anthem about feelings for a girl. 6
  10. PUT IT ALL ON ME (feat Ella Mai) Another upbeat love song. 6
  11. NOTHING ON YOUR (feat Paulo Londra & Dave) Ed goes Latino as Paulo Londra raps in Spanish. 5
  12. I DON’T WANT YOUR MONEY (feat H.E.R) Ed sings about woes in a relationship. 6
  13. THOUSAND NIGHTS (feat Meek Mill & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie) Ed sings about being in different cities each day. 6
  14. WANT TO BREAK MY HEART (feat Skrillex) Slower than predicted given his collaborator. 6
  15. BLOW (feat Bruno Mars & Chris Stapleton) Rocky head banger. 7
Sorry Ed, first impression is it’s not a classic
Stormzy joins Ed for Take Me Back


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