Cardi B, Eminem, Travis Scott Joins Ed Sheeran In New Album

By Armando

Ed Sheeran, Jason Koenig, Jennie Pegouskie @ the VMAs – photo: AI Photo Imaging

Last May, Sheeran announced a collaborative compilation album that he has been working on during his recent world tour.

This album went on to become “No. 6 Collaborations Project,” his fourth studio album set for release next month, and on Wednesday Sheeran announced the album tracklist.

The album is set to feature Sheeran collaborating with an eclectic list of artists including Travis Scott, Eminem, Camila Cabello, 50 Cent, Cardi B, Ella Mai, Young Thug, Bruno Mars and many more.

Sheeran’s most recent song with Justin Bieber ‘I Don’t Care’, is also set to appear on the Collaborations Project album. Last May, a strange but amusing video for the song was dropped on YouTube.

“I am very happy to share with you the full list of artists I’ve been working with on my new album No.6 Collaborations Project,” Sheeran announced.

The tracklist demonstrates Sheeran’s star-power and ability to pull in some of the biggest pop and hip-hop names right now. Though the English singer, songwriter admits his admiration towards them was his inspiration.

“I’m a huge fan of all the artists, whether I’ve been following their work since the beginning or playing their album in my car. I’ve always believed that you should work with people who inspire you and every single collaborator on the new album brings something special to each track.”

A follow up to his Grammy winning album ÷ (“divide”), No.6 Collaborations Project is set to be released by Asylum Records and Atlantic Records on July 12, 2019.

See the full tracklist below: