Ed Sheeran’s ‘No. 6 Collaborations’ Project is due today and the album is already a topic of conversation.
One song that is already buzzing is “Remember The Name”, which sees Eminem and 50 Cent first time on a song together in 7 years.
The British crooner assembles his favorite artists for his latest album. The 15 tracks are packed with powerhouse collaborations with music’s biggest names, including the previously-released singles “I Don’t Care” with Justin Bieber and “Cross Me” with Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock.
Eminem and 50 Cent join Sheeran on “Remember the Name,” while other pairings include Cardi B and Camila Cabello (“South of the Border”) and Bruno Mars and Chris Stapleton (“BLOW”). Other guests include Travis Scott, Meek Mill, Khalid, Young Thug, H.E.R., Ella Mai, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Stormzy.
The album, which follows 2011’s No.5 Collaborations Project, was recorded over three months in Nashville. “I based myself in Nashville, set up a studio there and started making songs, so whenever an artist passed through Nashville I would hit them up and they would come to the house,” Sheeran told Apple Music. “We’d make a song, and the record was made over the course of three months, with lots of people I like. I really stepped out of my comfort zone on some stuff. It was very fun and I hope you enjoy it.”
Stream No.6 Collaborations Project below.