Vinyl LP pressing of this EP from the British singer/songwriter. No. 5 Collaborations Project is an extended play by British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran. It was the fifth out of five EPs he recorded with the hope of being signed by a record label. Sheeran wanted each song to act as a musical and tried to avoid lyrics about women. Musically the album combined sensitive production, with serious subject matters and "haunting" themes. The EP features a collection of grime artists such as; Devlin, Wiley, P Money, Ghetts and JME. Henry Yanney of Soul Culture gave the album a positive review and the album peaked at number 46 on the UK Albums Chart.
Vinyl LP pressing of this EP from the British singer/songwriter. No. 5 Collaborations Project is an extended play by British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran. It was the fifth out of five EPs he recorded with the hope of being signed by a record label. Sheeran wanted each song to act as a musical and tried to avoid lyrics about women. Musically the album combined sensitive production, with serious subject matters and "haunting" themes. The EP features a collection of grime artists such as; Devlin, Wiley, P Money, Ghetts and JME. Henry Yanney of Soul Culture gave the album a positive review and the album peaked at number 46 on the UK Albums Chart.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: ATLANTIC
Rel. Date: 11/24/2017
UPC: 825646052417

No.5 Collaborations Project EP [Vinyl]
Artist: Ed Sheeran
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing of this EP from the British singer/songwriter. No. 5 Collaborations Project is an extended play by British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran. It was the fifth out of five EPs he recorded with the hope of being signed by a record label. Sheeran wanted each song to act as a musical and tried to avoid lyrics about women. Musically the album combined sensitive production, with serious subject matters and "haunting" themes. The EP features a collection of grime artists such as; Devlin, Wiley, P Money, Ghetts and JME. Henry Yanney of Soul Culture gave the album a positive review and the album peaked at number 46 on the UK Albums Chart.