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Ed Sheeran Shares Video For Cross Me Featuring Chance The Rapper and PnB Rock

Friday, 21 June 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Ed Sheeran has unveiled the video for Cross Me.

The song featuring Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock was the second to be shared from his new 15-track album, 'No. 6 Collaborations Project', due out on July 12.

The record also boasts contributions from Cardi B, Camila Cabello, Stormzy, Khalid, Yebba, Justin Bieber, Travis Scott, Eminem, 50 Cent, Young Thug, J Hus, Ella Mai, Paulo Londra, Dave, H.E.R, Meek Mill, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Skrillex, Bruno Mars and Chris Stapleton.

We already know from the video for I Don't Care featuring Justin Bieber that Sheeran loves special effects, though this time things are a bit more sophisticated than a green screen. The Ryan Staake-directed new clip was shot in a motion capture studio and features 3D animations of the three artists in different virtual realities.

Sheeran is currently on the road in Europe and later this summer will play a short run of hometown shows in Leeds and Ipswich. Tickets are on sale.

Ed Sheeran Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri August 16 2019 - LEEDS Roundhay Park
Sat August 17 2019 - LEEDS Roundhay Park
Fri August 23 2019 - IPSWICH Chantry Park, IP2 0BS
Sat August 24 2019 - IPSWICH Chantry Park
Sun August 25 2019 - IPSWICH Chantry Park, IP2 0BS
Mon August 26 2019 - IPSWICH Chantry Park

Sat June 22 2019 - HOCKENHEIM Hockenheimring (Germany)
Sun June 23 2019 - HOCKENHEIM Hockenheimring (Germany)
Fri June 28 2019 - KLAGENFURT Worthersee Stadion (Austria)
Wed July 03 2019 - BUCHAREST Arena Na?ional? (Romania)
Sun July 07 2019 - PRAGUE Letiste Letnany (Czech Republic)
Mon July 08 2019 - PRAGUE Letiste Letnany (Czech Republic)
Fri July 12 2019 - RIGA Lucavsala Park (Latvia)
Fri July 19 2019 - MOSCOW Otkritie Arena (Russia)
Tue July 23 2019 - HELSINKI Malmi Airport (Finland)
Wed July 24 2019 - HELSINKI Malmi Airport (Finland)
Sat July 27 2019 - ODENSE Tusindaarsskoven (Denmark)
Sun July 28 2019 - ODENSE Tusindaarsskoven (Denmark)
Fri August 02 2019 - HANNOVER Messegelande (Germany)
Sat August 03 2019 - HANNOVER Messegelande (Germany)
Sat August 10 2019 - REYKJAVIK Laugardalsvöllur (Iceland)

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