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Ed Sheeran

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Flame-haired singer/songwriter, beatboxer, and guitarist Ed Sheeran's eclectic blend of acoustic pop, folk, and hip-hop has been championed by everyone from the underground grime scene to American Oscar winners. Born in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England in 1991, Sheeran released his first EP, The Orange Room, while still at school, and his first two albums, his self-titled debut and Want Some, by the age of 16. After moving to London to gain more live experience, his performance of the self-penned "You Need Me, I Don't Need You" on YouTube channel SB.tv gained half a million viewers and attracted the attention of actor/R&B star Jamie Foxx, who invited him to appear on his Los Angeles Sirius radio show. Securing a deal with Elton John's management company, he supported Example on his U.K. tour and, after signing with Atlantic Records, he became only the third artist to score a Top 75 album purely on download sales, when his No. 5 Collaborations project, a star-studded seven-track EP featuring Wiley, JME, and Devlin, charted at number 47 in 2011. That same year he released his major-label debut studio album, +. The album was a massive hit, selling over a million copies in the U.K. alone in just six months, and charting highly in many other countries. Sheeran then went about boosting his profile, co-writing songs for One Direction and Taylor Swift. He toured the U.S. with Swift on her massive 2013 arena tour, and saw his song "I See Fire" featured on the closing credits of the smash hit movie The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. By the end of 2013, Sheeran shifted his focus from performing to recording his sophomore album with Rick Rubin and Pharrell producing. Keeping with the mathematical theme, the album was titled x ("Multiply"). Appearing in June 2014, x encompassed his acoustic/hip-hop hybrid sound, but also had an R&B feel in places along with straight-ahead pop. The record debuted at number one on both the U.S. and U.K. charts, reached gold or platinum status in 15 countries, and the singles for "Sing" and "Thinking Out Loud" both topped the British charts. ~ Jon O'Brien
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Stations Featuring
Ed Sheeran

    Top 44 Love Songs

    Top 44 Love Songs
    1 song

    Pop Remixes

    Pop Remixes
    2 songs

    Dance Pop

    Dance Pop
    2 songs

    Love Songs

    Love Songs
    5 songs

    Top Pop

    2 songs

    Pop Mix

    2 songs

    Top 50 Breakout Artists of 2013

    1 song

    Lite Hits

    4 songs

    Grammy Awards 2014

    2 songs

    Coffeehouse Corner

    2 songs

    Acoustic Rock

    1 song

    Adult Alternative

    2 songs

    Adult Rock

    2 songs

    Hot Summer Hits

    1 song

    Gay Anthems

    1 song

    Movie Tracks

    1 song

Albums by
Ed Sheeran

Top Songs by
Ed Sheeran

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   The A Team
  3.   Sing
  4.   Thinking Out Loud
  5.   Don't
  6.   Photograph
  7.   Lego House
  8.   You Need Me, I Don't Need You
  9.   Drunk
  10.   I See Fire
  11.   All of the Stars
  12.   One
  13.   Wake Me Up
  14.   Give Me Love
  15.   Bloodstream
  16.   Small Bump
  17.   Everything You Are
  18.   The Man
  19.   Make It Rain
  20.   Kiss Me
  21.   Afire Love
  22.   I'm a Mess
  23.   Firefly
  24.   Tenerife Sea
  25.   Runaway
  26.   Nina
  27.   Touch and Go
  28.   Be My Husband
  29.   Even My Dad Does Sometimes
  30.   Fall
  31.   She
  32.   So
  33.   Let It Out
  34.   Candle In The Wind
  35.   This
  36.   Grade 8
  37.   Little Lady
  38.   The City
  39.   U.N.I.
  40.   Where We Land
  41.   Shirtsleeves
  42.   Take It Back
  43.   You by Wiley
  44.   One Night
  45.   New York
  46.   Gold Rush
  47.   Autumn Leaves
  48.   You
  49.   Sunburn
  50.   Be like You
  51.   Little Bird
  52.   Cold Coffee
  53.   London Bridge by Yelawolf
  54.   Radio by JME
  55.   English Rose
  56.   Homeless
  57.   Goodbye To You
  58.   Fire Alarms
  59.   Nightmares
  60.   Friends
  61.   Nightmares featuring Random Impulse
  62.   Lately (Devlin)
  63.   Parting Glass
  64.   Sofa
  65.   Lately by Devlin
  66.   Family
  67.   You Don't Know (For Fucks Sake) by Yelawolf
  68.   Radio by JME
  69.   Faces by Yelawolf
  70.   Outro by Yelawolf
  71.   Family by P-Money
  72.   Little Lady by Mikill Pane
  73.   Goodbye to You by Dot Rotten
  74.   Drown Me Out by Ghetts
  75.   [CD-ROM Track]
  76.   [Untitled]
  77.   Chasing Cars
  78.   Stay with Me
  79.   Atlantic City
  80.   Take Me to Church
  81.   Don't Go Breaking My Heart
  82.   Take It Back/Superstition
  83.   Lay it All on Me