Without Having To, Ed Sheeran Has Written A Song For The Next Bond Movie
There's no secret Ed Sheeran is a great singer, but he is also a good songwriter! The red-haired musician wrote a lot of songs for famous performers, such as One Direction and Taylor Swift. But he is also a man with big dreams and far-reaching plans who likes to be prepared for everything.
Song for a popular franchise
Last week, Ed visited one of the Irish evening shows, The Late Late Show. During an interview, he could not resist telling the fans a secret he could no longer keep. A musician wrote a tune for the James Bond movie just in case he is asked to create a composition for the incredibly popular franchise. So, if directors suddenly need a theme song for the next part, they will easily have what they need.
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Sheeran confessed that he wrote the song about three years ago. However, the singer answered evasively when he was asked about its title. He decided not to disclose the details so that no one could steal his idea. But the performer assured the army of his fans that the song is “good.”
Preparing in advance.
The 26-year-old musician explained why he had written a song that no one asked for. In fact, this is not the first time that Ed Sheeran wrote the song in advance. He had recently collaborated with one of his idols, Eminem. And even before they decided to work together, Ed had already decided what kind of song he would write. He said:
It’s the same with Bond. If ever I’m called, I will be like, ‘Here you go.’
Same way, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did not ask Sheeran to sing at the most anticipated wedding of the next year. But the performer had already stated that he would gladly do it.
We hope that Ed Sheeran will get a chance to perform all the songs that he has written in advance, and we are looking forward to hearing them!
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