Ed Sheeran recently released his third studio album on the 3rd of March.
The 16-song LP (deluxe version, including four bonus tracks) could be the most diverse of Sheeran’s discography, with the British singer-songwriter trying out new sounds and getting vulnerable in his lyrics.
Quite a decent album to listen if you’re into folk-acoustic-pop with a pint of African in your veins.
While each track does have its own vibe, the nuances are what made the Divide album a collection that fans will have on repeat for weeks (if not months) to come.
Topping the airwaves has been the much talked about single off the album which has a Ghanaian touch, instantly projecting the tourism sector of Ghana to new heights.
“Bibia Be Yeye”, the song which has sold nearly 2 million copies was co-written by English recording artist of Ghanaian descent Fuse ODG and produced by Joseph Addison, best known as Kill Beatz and performed by Ed.
In a post, Kil Beatz shared his success story by saying; ‘I am very honored Producing #BibiaBeYeYe on Ed Sheran’s Current Number 1 Album #Divide. Almost 2million copies sold worldwide and counting. #Bigup co writer @fuseodg and @teddysphotos #BibiaBeYeYe#KillbeatzLetsGo.
He was honoured for the sales and charts topping lead for Ed Sheeran’s Bibia Be Yeye.