Ed Sheeran Drops Bruno Mars and Chris Stapleton Collaboration “Blow”

Ed Sheeran groups up with Bruno Mars and Chris Stapleton on “Blow,” the newest monitor off his No.6 Collaborations Challenge.

The song formally dropped Thursday night, subsequent the project’s initial three singles: “Cross Me” featuring Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock, “I Really don’t Care” with Justin Bieber, and the Khalid-assisted “Beautiful Persons.” Mars a short while ago poked enjoyment at the singles, which prompted Sheeran to respond while simultaneously teasing “Blow” and its accompanying visual.

“Really do not worry about me @brunomars stress about having that video concluded for launch on Friday,” the 28-year-previous singer wrote in response to Mars’ meme.

In addition to “Blow’s” launch, Sheeran also gifted fans with “Ideal Part of Me” featuring YEBBA. The tune was co-generated by Sheeran, Benny Blanco, and Joe Rubel. You can stream equally tracks now on all key platforms, together with Apple New music and Spotify.

No.6 Collaborations Venture is scheduled to drop July 12 and offers added visitor appearances by Cardi B, Travis Scott, Ella Mai, Meek Mill, Camila Cabello, H.E.R., A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and much more.

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