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No four words get tween hearts fluttering like “Justin”, “Bieber”, “Ed” and “Sheeran.” So brace yourselves for impact when Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran drop a song together tomorrow.
The two chart dominators have been teasing a collab for a little bit now, and have previously collaborated when Sheeran penned Bieber’s hit ‘Love Yourself.’
The new song is called “I Don’t Care”, which is just awful timing considering Bieber pissed a lot of people off with his recent defence of Chris Brown – not to mention him saying that Brown is “Michael Jackson + 2Pac”.

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Given the two artists’ tendency to never, ever leave the charts or radio play, you can expect to here a lot of this song in the future.
Sheeran’s last album, divide, was released in 2017, and Bieber’s last album, Purpose, was released in 2015.

 

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