Ed Sheeran Reunites With Ghetts On The Album “Conflict Of Interest”

Ed Sheeran Reunites With Ghetts On The Album Conflict Of Interest

After 10 years since the duet “Drown Me Out”, singer Ed Sheeran has just reunited with Ghetts for a new song on the rapper’s third disc titled “Conflict Of Interest”. The product was released at noon 19/2. 

“Conflict Of Interest” is the third studio album by rapper Ghetts, continuing to exploit the more subtle aspects of the male artist’s personality since the project “Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament” was released in 2018. As the title says, all 16 songs of “Conflict Of Interest” revolve around internal conflicts of the male artist himself.

The album “Conflict Of Interest” tells about the inner conflicts of rapper Ghetss himself.

In an interview on the NME news site, Ghetts  said that some of the topics he mentioned on this disc include his personal feelings, suffering, fatherly love, black stories and past stumbles.

The album “Conflict Of Interest” has the participation of many famous British artists such as: Pa Salieu, Stormzy, Giggs, Dave, Skepta, Jaykae, Emeli Sandé, Wretch 32 and Moonchild Sanelly. The most special is the appearance of the vocalist Ed Sheeran with the song “10000 Tears” about the regrets for a lost love. Reportedly, the owner of the hit “Shape Of You” and Ghetts worked together on a dramatic 2011 song titled “Drown Me Out”, on the album “No.” 5 Collaborations Project” by Ed Sheeran.

The album Conflict Of Interest marks the ten-year reunion of Ghetts and Ed Sheeran

Talking about his reunion after a decade with Ed Sheeran, Ghetts revealed that he sent out an invitation to him to feature in the Ballad “10000 Tears” while his colleague was on his way to Japan for his vacation. 

As for Ed Sheeran, it seems that the male singer is ready to return after a long hiatus since the success of the album “Divide (÷)” in 2017 and the world tour “Divide Tour”. In his 30th birthday post on February 17, Ed Sheeran suddenly announced that he would release the next album later this year.