12 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The unassuming troubadour grows into a world-conquering pop phenomenon. X doesn’t deviate from debut +’s base formula but the results are bigger and bolder. On “Sing”, Pharrell Williams arrives to transform Sheeran into a tequila-slamming R&B lothario, while “Don’t’’’s punchy infidelity tale adds intriguing bitterness to his palate. It’s not all hormones and rage though—he’s an irresistible romantic on “Thinking Out Loud”, and at his most moving on “Afire Love”’s ode to his grandfather.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The unassuming troubadour grows into a world-conquering pop phenomenon. X doesn’t deviate from debut +’s base formula but the results are bigger and bolder. On “Sing”, Pharrell Williams arrives to transform Sheeran into a tequila-slamming R&B lothario, while “Don’t’’’s punchy infidelity tale adds intriguing bitterness to his palate. It’s not all hormones and rage though—he’s an irresistible romantic on “Thinking Out Loud”, and at his most moving on “Afire Love”’s ode to his grandfather.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
500 Ratings
500 Ratings
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Hate it

Rrrrrrr

bigblued9 ,

Ah

Sorry but this guy has to take some risks to achieve something good

jaeyoliver101 ,

Amazing 💕

I buy every album it’s so goooood

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