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Ed Sheeran says his next two albums will feature 'great' songs

Ed Sheeran believes his next couple of records will be even better than 'x'.

The singer-songwriter released his second album in 2014 and it instantly became a global smash hit.

The Brit confirmed to Rolling Stone that he is already working on his third and fourth studio efforts - and it seems things are looking good.

Sheeran said: "I could probably release one of them tomorrow and have people like it.

"'x' was full of good songs and a couple of great songs, and I feel like on the next couple of records there will be more great songs than good songs."

The musician meanwhile performed a cover of Beyoncé's 'Drunk In Love' with the US star herself at the Global Citizen Festival in New York at the weekend.

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Watch Ed Sheeran perform with Beyoncé below:


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