After releasing last year’s MASSIVE hit album ÷ that contained such tracks as “Castle on the Hill,” “Galway Girl” and “Shape of YouEd Sheeran is looking to make more music with collaborators such as Drake.

“I feel like at some point, me and Drake need to do something, I feel like that has to happen at some point,” he told Entertainment Weekly in an August 28th interview.

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Sheeran admits to drawing inspiration from the mega-hit rapper for the followup to his most recent Warner Music-released album. “I kind of learned from looking at how Drake does it,” he said. “Drake puts out these albums that are huge but then in between he sticks out projects and however big the project is, it doesn’t really matter because it’s not the album, if that makes sense. It just clears the air for the next album.”

As of now, however, Ed will complete his world tour in September 2019 and plans to take time off and work on other things. He even said he’s interested in being a part of a musical like The Lion King, Hamilton, or Once. 

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