Ed Sheeran Won’t Write on One Direction’s New Album
October 1, 2015 - one direction
Ed Sheeran will no longer write for One Direction. But Directioners and Sheerios have no reason to be endangered — there is no argument or bad blood.
Sheeran told MTV he wouldn’t write for a English-Irish child rope since “they don’t unequivocally need as most assistance anymore. They can kind of do their possess thing.”
The English singer-songwriter has penned many marks for One Direction. Their veteran career together started on a child band’s initial manuscript with a lane “Moments.” Sheeran continued to write for a band, racking adult utterly a catalogue, including “Little Things,” “Over Again” and “18.”
But his talents are no longer needed.
“Harry was 16 when we initial met him,” Sheeran pronounced to MTV, “but now he’s 21 and has created with everybody in a universe and schooled how to write songs.”
Although Sheeran fans won’t hear his work on One Direction’s up-coming manuscript Made in a A.M., they can see him co-host a MTV Europe Music Awards in Milan on Oct. 25.