Washington [US]March 23 (ANI): After singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran promised last week that he was planning to launch a major musical curveball, the star has finally revealed what he’s up to.
Adding to his fans’ excitement, the star took to his Instagram account and revealed that he has collaborated with J Balvin, and the iconic music duo will soon be releasing two new songs.
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“So I want to share with you something I’ve been working on. I met @jbalvin at a gym in New York last year. It was just me and him very early in the morning. I recognized his voice when he was on the phone so I just went to say hello We chatted so long we ended up having lunch then afternoon tea Then we became friends chatting without stop,” he wrote in the caption of his post.
The singer, in his caption, also revealed the names of their new songs: ‘Sigue’ and ‘Forever My Love’.
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“I was in New York over Christmas for shows, so we decided to have a day in the studio that led to so much more, which you’ll find out soon. But the first two songs we wrote were Sigue and Forever My Love. , they are coming out soon and I love them. He wanted to bring me into his world and I wanted to bring him into mine. It was a real challenge to learn Spanish for this and I had so much fun to do so,” he added.
Concluding the post, he wrote, “I hope you like it as much as I do and expect more to come. I love xx.”
In another post, Sheeran added, “2 music videos, 2 different channels. ‘Sigue & Forever My Love’ with @jbalvin this Thursday at 8pm ET / midnight GMT.”
While it remains to be confirmed whether the pair have recorded a full album together, this marks Sheeran’s first foray into the world of Reggaeton – which is one of Latin America’s most popular genres.
J Balvin is considered one of the greatest artists of the genre, having been dubbed the “Prince of Reggaeton”. (ANI)
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