Entertainment of Friday, 3 February 2017
In mid 2016, Grammy winning Singer and Songwriter Ed Sheeran traveled to Ghana on what people close to him said was seeking him “new-to-him influences for his upcoming music.”
During his stay in the West African country, he stayed with Afrobeats star Fuse ODG, recording new music with the latter and also with R2Bees and rapper E.L.
He’s spoken about his experiences living in Ghana with BBC and other media houses.
Early this week, he released the visuals of his song Shape of You off his recently released album Divide.
The visual finds Sheeran in the boxing gym training, other scenes sees him showing off the tattoo of the Ghana flag on his stomach.
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Read our previous story about Ed Sheeran below.
Award-winning singer and Songwriter Ed Sheeraan has revealed his most fun recording was in Ghana with Afrobeats star Fuse ODG.
Sheeran was speaking in an interview with BBC Radio 1 Xtra after releasing two new songs after about a year break.
“I wrote a song in Twi, the Ghanaian dialect in Ghana, at Fuse’s (ODG) house with all his mates. That was probably the most fun experience because like…being in the studio with someone like Fuse is just a party the whole time.”
Ed Sheeran visited Ghana in June 2016 to seek “new-to-him influences” for his upcoming album. He recorded with Fuse ODG and rapper E.L whilst in town.