Transcript for Ed Sheeran Teases New Album on Social Media
Before we get talking. Take a listen. ??? you don't have to have the camera on me. Just listen. ??? Love is the best place to ??? me and my friends at the ??? We're not singing. I was hoping we might see -- Sounds like Paul Simon. It's Ed sheeran. The you go. With my face. Ed and I are related, apparently. A brand-new song just dropped this morning after a year-long break, Ed is back. He didn't touch social media for a year. And all week long, he came back. He started teasing the debut of this song, surprised fans early this morning when he shared not one but two new songs. This one is called "Shape of you." I don't know what that is. It's a shape of something. And here's a taste of the second song. This one is called "Castle on the hill." Roll it. ??? I'm on my way driving at night ??? I like it. Oh, that's good. Really good. You guys like it? I love his music. He's fantastic. You do like it. I like the second one a lot. No word when the album is out. Those two songs available on iTunes. Just look for the smudge, right? Up next, iTunes will be busy this month. John Mayer also giving -- Some new music. I agree. Big round of applause. Little picture of John Mayer. All week long. It's been on the desk every day. I have. I was waiting for the right moment. You have such a crush. To share my news. John Mayer has new music. He'll release four songs from his upcoming album on January 20th. He gave a sneak peek of one of them in an impromptu concert in L.A. Earlier this week. It's called moving on getting over. Take a listen. ??? I swear it's really good. Mayer told fans on Facebook he plans to release music in waves of four songs. Each month. He says he believes 2017 will be the year he puts out more music than he's ever put out in one year. That makes 2017 a pretty good year. It's interesting, isn't it? So unconventional. I'm sure there's a method to the madness in terms of marketing. Finally in "Pop news" talk
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