No. 5 Collaborations Project

Ed Sheeran - No. 5 Collaborations Project
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January 9, 2011 / Release Date
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A mediocre (at best) collab project from a young Ed Sheeran, teaming with various hip-hop/rap artists. I think what mainly weighed this record down so much was the poor features. It may just be my inexperience in 2000's hip-hop, but previous to this album, I had never heard of any of these featured artists. I realize it would've been challenging to get any better artists though, considering this was Ed's early career and he hadn't established a name for himself yet.

This project is Ed not ... read more
Lately 6.2💚
You 6.6💚
Family 6.4💚
Radio 6.5💚
Little Lady 6.9💚
Drown Me Out 6.1💚
Nightmares 6.1💚
Goodbye To You 6.3💚

Nota Final:62💚💚💚(Mediano)
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Track List

  1. Lately (Devlin)
  2. You (+Wiley)
  3. Family (+ P Money)
  4. Radio (feat. JME)
  5. Little Lady (+ Mikill Pane)
  6. Drown Me Out (+ Ghetts)
  7. Nightmares (+ Random Impulse + Sway + Wretch 32)
  8. Goodbye to You (+ Dot Rotten)
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Added on: March 5, 2017