Ed Sheeran and The Game collaborated on a song that will appear on the veteran Compton rapper’s forthcoming album, Game announced at an intimate listening session at Chalice Studios in Hollywood on Thursday night.
The British singer-songwriter provides the intro to the album and also performs on a song that may be called “Gems in Los Angeles.” The Game said the two were collaborating in the studio while the Sheeran wrote a hook that revolves around that line.
“Welcome to the city of sin, living in the city of Angels,” Sheeran sings on the track.
The album, called “Born2Rap,” is slated for a release on eOne later this winter. Other features include Meek Mill, 21 Savage, Anderson.Paak, Eric Bellinger — and one major collab that the Game insisted must remain confidential for the time being. He said 90 songs were considered for the album, which were ultimately narrowed down to 40. Source: Variety