Ed Sheeran, Eminem And 50 Cent Hop On "Remember The Name"

Brenda Watkins
July 12, 2019

At midnight last night, Ed Sheeran finally unleashed his new album, filled to the brim with star-studded collaborations.

Of all the songs, fans have been anticipating a track, "Remember The Name" featuring 50 Cent and Eminem, yes you read right. "I'm a huge fan of all the artists I've collaborated with and it's been a lot of fun to make", the musician had said in a statement, reports Rolling Stone.

Watch the clip here.

According to The Sun, Sheeran and Seaborn exchanged vows in front of 40 friends and family members.

Ed commented back, saying: "You're a gem".

He also gushes about his wife while discussing his song Best Part Of Me, his collaboration with Yebba. Cherry made it for me herself out of silver clay. "[He] just fits it'". Cherry's always trying to get me to go out more and more, ' he confessed.

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However, he explained he feels comfortable in Suffolk - where he was raised - because people treat him "pretty normally", despite his pop superstar status.

It looks like his leading lady helps come up with ideas for his music, too, including his collaboration with Justin Bieber for his song "I Don't Care".

He said: 'Constantly I wake up every day with Cherry and I'm like, "Why the f**k are you with me?"

"I'm so in awe of how things happen and how things you could never imagine can happen", she wrote, "And it's only more of a pleasure getting to know you as a person - so kind, genuine, and awesome".

"It's unbelievable that he's the biggest pop star in the world but he was just able to quietly slide off and Wednesday", the source added.

He added: "That would be the worst thing, to take it for granted".

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