Singer Ed Sheeran says his new album will be career-defining for him as he find it is much better than his previous efforts.
According to the media report, the 26-year-old singer, who released his third LP, ‘Divide’, a few days ago, strongly believes people will remember this record far more than his previous chart-topping efforts.
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“I think it’s an improvement on the last two records. They have been successful for me but when you look back at Bruce Springsteen’s career or Bob Dylan’s, you can pinpoint the albums they went (crazy)for.
“I don’t think I’ve had that yet. Like Adele with ’21’. I think this is the album I’m going to be known for,” Sheeran said.
The “Castle on the Hill” hitmaker says he always plays his new music for his father and his opinion matter a lot to him.
“I play them to four or five people. And if they all go for it, it’s usually a good song. My dad is always a good one to play songs to…My father says, ‘This song is not very good.’ It upsets me but in the long run, it’s a good thing.
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