The British musician, who's now readying his new album, reveals that he recorded 11 'interesting' rap songs with The Game.
Last year, Ed Sheeran was pictured hanging out with rapper The Game. Now, he reveals that he's recorded several rap songs with the MC. In an interview with MTV on the Grammy Awards red carpet, the British singer opened up about his project with The Game and called their collaborations "interesting."
"I've done a lot of rap songs of late and they're all quite interesting," he shared. "I've ended up on songs with some interesting people. There's one I can't really name just 'cause I think it'd be quite a surprise when it comes out but I did around 11 records with The Game, which is quite interesting."
However, Sheeran didn't say whether or not the songs would be featured in his upcoming album which is currently still in the works. The record, which will serve as the follow-up to 2011's "+", is expected to arrive this summer.
"I haven't really set a date yet. It's definitely summer," the "Lego House" singer said. "I had September through February off. I have the whole, the month of February off and then I start again."
Sheeran, who collaborated with Taylor Swift for her "Everything Has Changed", recently told his fans that they shouldn't expect another collaboration with the country/pop star in his forthcoming album.
"I didn't work with Taylor on the album purely for the fact that we've done that already," he said earlier this month. "We've already done a song and I don't know if that would surprise anyone if that happened. We've always going to perform together, we're always going to write together [and] we're always going to hang out."