Ed Sheeran wants second album to be more mature
Ed Sheeran has admitted that he hopes his upcoming second album will be more mature than his debut.
The ‘Lego House’ singer, who was one of the highlights at today’s Radio 1 Hackney Weekend, told Digital Spy that he wants the follow-up to number one '+' to be more grown-up, but that it won't be too much of a radical departure:
"I've done a lot for the next record. The writing and recording thing comes in bursts.
"I'm still growing up, and I'd like to say this album is a little bit more mature, but it's probably not! It's probably what people are expecting from me. If they like me, then they'll like it!"
The 21-year-old, currently in the US Top 5 with his first studio effort, also announced that he is set to work with several high-profile urban acts, but didn’t go so far as to reveal their names:
"I've been approached by a few US hip-hop artists.
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