Ed Sheeran reveals the 22 artists he will be collaborating with for his upcoming album

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Ed Sheeran reveals the 22 artists he will be collaborating with for his upcoming album

Following his global chart success with Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran has revealed the tracklisting for his upcoming all-star album.

What’s an all-star album, we hear you ask - well, it’s a 15 track EP which sees Sheeran collaborate with 22 of his favourite artists.

Entitled No 6 Collaborations Project – following on from No 5 Collaborations Project, an EP from 2011 – it features names such as Cardi B, Camila Cabello, Eminem, Bruno Mars, Travis Scott and Stormzy.

"Whether I've been following them since the beginning of their careers, or had their albums on repeat, they’re artists that inspire me and all bring something special to each track," said the singer-songwriter.

Adding on Instagram: "No.6 Collaborations Project comes out on July 12, hope you like it as much as I do.”

The red-haired singer teased a fake tracklist, created by the abundance of rumours that were floating around, ahead of the official announcement.

Fans spent the day deciphering the correct titles and features.

Sadly Adele was a hoax and Korean pop group BTS, failed to make the list.

The full tracklisting is:

1. Beautiful People feat. Khalid

2. South of the Border feat. Camila Cabello & Cardi B

3. Cross Me feat. Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock

4. Take Me Back to London feat. Stormzy

5. Best Part of Me feat. Yebba

6. I Don't Care with Justin Bieber

7. Antisocial with Travis Scott

8. Remember the Name feat. Eminem & 50 Cent

9. Feels feat. Young Thug & J Hus

10. Put It All on Me feat. Ella Mai

11. Nothing on You feat. Paulo Londra & Dave

12. I Don't Want Your Money feat. H.E.R.

13. 1000 Nights feat. Meek Mill & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

14. Way to Break My Heart feat. Skrillex

15. Blow with Bruno Mars & Chris Stapleton

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