Justin Bieber reveals more about the song he wrote with Ed Sheeran
'What Do You Mean' superstar Justin Bieber recently confirmed that he collaborated with Ed Sheeran for a song on his new album and he has now shed more light on the duet.
Speaking to Capital FM about the collaborative track, the Canadian sensation admitted that it's one of his favourite cuts on his forthcoming new album 'Purpose':
"We wrote a song together and basically it’s one of my favourites on the album. It’s just me and a guitar. Basically that’s how I started, playing on the street with a guitar.
“I think he’s one of the most talented writers in the game right now, so just to have his input and his stories and our stories and match them up together. I think it’s cool for him as well because it always feels good when you write a song and have someone else sing it. He’s just a really chill guy.”
Bieber also spoke about Sheeran at last night's premiere of the flame-haired British hitmaker's concert film premiere for 'Jumpers For Goalposts': “I think Ed is super talented, one of the most talented writers and guitar players we have right now, so to come here was nothing, I love supporting him. We’ve known each other for some years now and he’s just overall just a great guy and we actually collaborated on my album."
Watch Bieber's video for 'What Do You Mean' here:
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