Christ Stapleton is currently working on a brand new song with Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars and fans of the artists are very excited because they just didn't see it coming.
The collaboration was announced by Sheeran, who took to his official Instagram account on Tuesday, June 18, to share a list of tracks and guest stars from his next album, "No.6 Collaborations Project."
Right at the bottom, past artists such as rapper Eminem and Justin Bieber, fans could see a song titled "Blow," with Stapleton's and Mars' names in front of it.
PEOPLE CAN'T WAIT TO HEAR THE SONG
Twitter users flooded the social media platform to express how happy they were to see the artists working side by side and how unexpected the news was.
The album is set to be released on July 12
A user by the name of Christian Anderson was so excited that he even announced that the music industry would be over because it would peak thanks to the song.
A second one, named Tom, predicted that the song would be deep and meaningful considering Stapleton's and Sheeran's musical record.
As aforementioned, Sheeran has been quite busy ever since he kicked off the last part of his "Divide" tour, which started all the back in March of 2017 and is scheduled to conclude on August 26, 2019, in Ipswich, England.
Still, the album is set to be released on July 12 and will feature names such as Travis Scott, Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Young Thug, Skrillex, Eminem, 50 Cent, Ella Mai, Khalid and, of course, Chris Stapleton.
TEAMING UP WITH ANDREA BOCELLI
Sheeran is quite famous for cooperating with several artists, and one of his most beautiful pieces was performed with the help of Andrea Bocelli, who invited the British singer into his home.
Together, at his home studio, Bocelli and Sheeran sang "Perfect Symphony," an Italian version of the song "Perfect." Sheeran started singing in English but soon Bocelli took over in Italian.
In the end, the 28-year-old showed his linguistics skills by singing in Italian alongisde the opera star, who couldn't help but smile once he realized that they had just created a masterpiece.