Ed Sheeran returned after a year break today, and released two new singles for fans – One of the singles reminds people of a particular song.
The 25-year-old has returned to the music industry after a year break – Instead of treating fans to one single, he’s released two to mark his return.
In December 2015, Ed announced to fans he’d be taking a break from music so he could “travel the world and see everything I missed.”
The two new singles ‘Castle on the Hill’ and ‘Shape Of You’ are from Ed’s new album which is called ÷ (Divide).
‘Shape Of You’ pre chorus reminds people of the hit 1999 song ‘No Scrubs’ by TLC.
Take a listen of Ed’s new single:
Listen to TLC’s ‘No Scrubs’:
Weirdly the pre chorus sounds alike.
One of Ed Sheeran's new songs, Shape Of You, has parts in the music that remind me of TLC's No Scrubs.
— Jay 🌱 (@Greninjayy) January 6, 2017
Okay but the pre-chorus to this song can be mashed up with the chorus from "no scrubs" easy. You heard it here first pic.twitter.com/CHEtYqXp4J
— Mike Lebrias (@mikelebrias) January 6, 2017
any1 else think the part where ed says "girl, you know I want your love your love was handmade for somebody like me" sounds like no scrubs??
— carla ♡ (@aliencarla) January 6, 2017
— connor. (@connorlawlor) January 6, 2017
Yay Ed! However, is shape of you supposed to sound like no scrubs or….?
— C.F.Hynes (@Clare_Hynes) January 6, 2017
Talking about the single, Shape of You, on Radio 1 this morning, Ed said: “But then I was singing some of the lyrics and was like Rihanna is not going to sing these words so kept it to myself,”