Ed Sheeran isn't slowing down in 2019. He is already blessing us with even more new music!
Sheeran may have just released his new song and the music video for "I Don't Care" with Justin Bieber, but he's already getting fans excited for another track — which will also be featuring some collaborators.
On Monday (May 20), the singer dropped a teaser to his Instagram account revealing the song's name will be called "Cross Me," but he wasn't going to give up the features that easily. In what seems to be the true fashion of the song's name, Sheeran crossed out the two names of the artists who will be joining him on the song. "Can you guess who’s on the next one? x," he captioned the photo.
It's safe to say fans are more than ready to learn who's below the blacked-out lines on the photo. Fans started flooding the comments section of the Instagram post with their guesses and they range from Shawn Mendes, BTS, Taylor Swift, and Eminem. But it looks like we'll all just have to wait patiently until he reveals the mystery collaborators. Update: as of Tuesday (May 21), Ed has confirmed on his Instagram Story the collaborators are Chance The Rapper and PnB Rock.
If that wasn't enough to get fans excited, the "Shape of You" singer revealed on his Instagram Story that he will have even "more new stuff" coming Friday (May 24) and we cannot wait to see what he has in store!
In the meantime, watch the "I Don't Care" video below. "I Don't Care" was released on May 10 and marks Sheeran and Bieber's fourth collab after working on Lil Dicky's "Earth," Bieber's "Love Yourself," and Major Lazer's "Cold Water."
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