'No.6 Collaborations Project': Ed Sheeran's colorful album

Just a week after the release of the fourth studio album titled "No.6 Collaborations Project", Ed Sheeran excelled at No. 1 on Billboard 200.

Ed Sheeran recently officially released her latest album titled "No.6 Collaborations Project". The album is collaborated on recording with many famous artists with a series of duets, giving listeners a new experience when enjoying his unique voice. Ed Sheeran had previously collaborated with many great artists such as Elton John, Eric Clapton, and Rolling Stones to release extremely successful hits. 

Ed Sheeran broke out of his safe music genre to try new things. 

"No.6 Collaborations Project" features the brightest stars in the current music market such as Cardi B, Camila Cabello, Khalid, Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, Travis Scott, Skrillex, Meek Mill, and A Boogie Wit Leather Hoodie. There are also hip-hop artists Stormzy, Dave and J Hus helping Ed Sheeran's works add a unique twist. 

In his new album, Ed Sheeran no longer seems to be exploiting too much pop music, but he innovates it by adding hip-hop, or popular music genres and trends. Listeners are lead emotions through works of various styles such as "Antisocial" (ft. Travis Scott), "Blow" (ft. Chris Stapleton and Bruno Mars) or "Take Me Back to London" (ft . Stormzy). The album also has no pure pop songs but instead is a great mix, creating a strange impression for listeners. 

Ed Sheeran's new album is a subtle combination of many music genres. 

Recently, the album "No. 6 Collaborations Project" has continued to achieve great results on the Billboard chart when it debuted with 173,000 copies, of which about 70,000 were pure copies. More specifically, 70,000 pure copies are direct purchase sales, not from incentives or concerts. 


"No. 6 Collaborations Project" is evaluated as a wise collection. In addition, critics appreciate the way how the male artist knows to capture audience's psychology. Eil McCormick of The Daily Telegraph shared that Ed Sheeran provided a solid foundation in his commercial performance. Some people think this is a sensational album, but it is friendly and affordable. 


Nick Levine of NME concluded that it was not an album, but a smart collection of collaborations to blur the music genres very cleverly. However, Rawiya Kameir of Pitchfork thought that the album was not delicate enough. However, regardless of the rating, the audience acknowledged Ed Sheeran as a famous star in the world. He may be shallow or profound depending on his opinion, but Ed Sheeran's popularity is undeniable: he is the most famous artist on the planet with over 65 million listeners every month. 

By: Grace White

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