Ed Sheeran shares plans for posthumous album

Ed Sheeran, who is set to release his last mathematical album Subtract (-) in May has revealed his plans for a posthumous album.

The 32-year-old singer reportedly said he’s been working on a secret album that will be released upon his death.

“I want to slowly make this album that is quote-unquote ‘perfect’ for the rest of my life, adding songs here and there,” Sheeran told the Rolling Stone. “And just have it in my will that after I die, it comes out.”

Apart from this project, the “Shape of You” singer said he’s working on a new album with Aaron Dessner and is already mixing that one.

“I have no goals for the record,” he said. “I just want to put it out.”

Sheeran also has another completed album with J Balvin. The two singers reportedly worked on it last year after the “Photograph” singer encountered Balvin in a hotel gym.

According to Sheeran, the album is complete with “already-shot videos, but again, with no release date in sight”.


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