“I Don’t Care” : Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran duet for to speak of love

“I Don’t Care” : Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran get together to talk about love

It is a surprise that nobody expected : the output of the “I Don’t Care”, a new collaboration between Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran. The two singers have announced the good news a few days ago. Today, their fans can listen to loop their duet in which they speak of love and anxiety.

Justin Bieber is better and he is finally ready to regain control of her music career, two years after his withdrawal from the scene. “The album is coming soon“, he announced during his surprise appearance at the concert of Ariana Grande at Coachella ! An excellent novel that is a delight for fans. The Beliebers will have to wait a bit before listening to the album, but the interpreter of “Sorry” has reserved another surprise to make him wait : his comeback in a duet with Ed Sheeran !

Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran reunited once again on “I Don’t Care”

In 2015, the two singers have already worked together on “Love Yourself”, but Ed Sheeran only had co-written the song of Justin Bieber. Today, the darling of Hailey Baldwin, and the author of “Shape of You” unite finally their voices on the track “I Don’t Care” teasé these last few weeks and confirmed a few days ago only. Pop, catchy, rhythmic, intoxicating… The Bieb’s and Ed Sheeran, we offer a collaboration hyper efficient, which may well be the tube of the summer of 2019 🌞

The artists are mostly found to speak of love, a tribute to their women ?) : “‘Cause I don’t care when I’m with my baby, yeah All the bad things disappear Yeah, you’re making me feel like maybe I am somebody I can deal with the bad nights when I’m with my baby“, singing in the choir. Justin Bieber indulges too quickly on his depression : “With all these people all around I’m crippled with anxiety.

In any case, “I Don’t Care” is already unanimous support from all the fans : Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran are also in TT France, well done !

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