Ed Sheeran’s 2019 album ‘No.6 Collaborations Project’ proves to be more crazier than we imagined. First of all, there is an amazing list of artists whom Ed has collaborated on this album.
From Rock inspired tracks such as “BLOW” featuring Bruno Mars and Chris Stapleton to smooth and soulful tracks such as “Beautiful People” featuring Khalid to rap anthems such as “Remember the Name” featuring 50 Cent and Eminem, this new album is full of talent, twists and surprises.
However, this new release titled “Antisocial,” featuring Travis Scott is on a whole other level. Along with the release of the album on July 12, Ed Sheeran premiered a music video for the song and do not attempt to make any sense of it.
The music video, directed by Dave Meyers, is full of seemingly miscellaneous scenes. There are bizarre costumes, bizarre makeup, crazy hairdo’s, a bee, suicidal birds, and an Edible Ed-share on sale for just 40 payments of $19.99!!! Watch the music video below.
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The final scene where Travis Scott and Ed Sheeran sits side-by-side in a diner is yet another massively awkward sequence of events. Ed Sheeran wants the last fry on the plate and he pleasantly asks Travis if he can have it. Travis Scott is emersed in his mobile phone and he mutters some words. Ed continues to ask once more and ends up getting a similar reply. The final time, Travis Scott get triggered and mutters “EAT THE DAMN FRY, ED.” Apparently, it’s gone cold and Ed spits it out on to the plate after few chomps! Yes, very antisocial of everyone!
Despite the music video making little sense, the lyrics to “Antisocial” sing about how, well, antisocial Ed Sheeran is and how he embraces it. There is no shame in being yourself, as long as it does not disturb the other people around you.
If us Sheerios are fortunate enough, we would be blessed with more and more bizarre visuals off of this amazing collaborations album.
Do let us hear what you think about this song and the music video in the comments below.