Ed Sheeran describes the first recording session with Eminem | MCUTimes

Ed Sheeran describes the first recording session with Eminem

“[The studio] was in Detroit and I was playing a concert in Detroit. And yes, I arrived, “Ed said of their first hang.” He has lots of game consoles there. He loves games. I actually bought him a Nintendo 64 with [GoldenEye 007] on it as a gift. I just stepped in there. In fact, the first time we met, we did not make music. I hung out there for about four hours and we just talked Marvel and Avengers for about four hours. And so the next time I went back, we made a tune. The first tune we made was in Mexico, and his producer flew to Mexico, and I made the hook there and stuff like that. ”

Judd then picked up “River” from Em’s 2017 album Resuscitation. They reunited in 2018 on “Remember the Name” from Ed’s Nr. 6 Collaboration project and “These Kinda Nights” from Shady’s 2020 Music to be murdered by.

The singer also talked about the special bond he has with his brother as an adult and why he always shows young fans a video of him from 2014 playing the early song “Addicted.” According to Sheeran, “I do not think I could actually technically sing before 18 … I do not think anyone is actually ever born with talent – you have to practice and you have to hone it.”

On Wednesday (August 11), Sheeran confirmed that he was having a “Bad Habits” remix with British rappers Tion Wayne and Central Cee.

Check out a clip of the chat here and the remixes “Habits” tease below.

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