Sheeran stores a Rudimental secret
Ed Sheeran has recorded a song with Rudimental.
The Grammy-nominated singer teamed up with the drum and bass quartet - Piers Agget, Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden and DJ Locksmith - at a recording session in Los Angeles in 2014, and the track will feature on Rudimental's upcoming second album.
"We were working in LA and he rocked up to our studio with The Game and Ellie Goulding. We made four tracks and revisited one this year to give it a Rudimental spin," DJ Locksmith told The Sun.
The music-maker, whose real name is Leon Rolle, continued: "We've known Ed for years. I remember when we first saw him getting noticed by everyone, he gave us one of his tracks to remix and he said it was one of the best remixes he'd ever had.
"We'd never recorded with him before, but we kept the connection and he's a massive name now. The song is so sick, so insane. We can't wait to show it to people."
Rudimental, who have had hits with Waiting All Night and Not Giving In, are gearing up to release their second album in the spring.
"The album's in its finishing process. It should be out in April, just in time for the festivals," the producer said.
"The plan is to debut the stuff. Ella Eyre and John Newman are back on this album too," he added.