Ed Sheeran enlists Beyonce for "Perfect" remix

Ed Sheeran Beyonce

Ed Sheeran has revealed he's about to drop a remix of his track "Perfect" featuring none other than Beyoncé.

But he's just topped all of that with the biggest collab of all - he has bagged Queen Bey for a very special version of flawless.

The original track ideal is the newest single off of Sheeran's third studio album DIVIDE.

"Bruh.am already crying at how attractive this is going to sound", one follower wrote in Sheeran's Instagram comments, while another noted "HOLY S-- THE HEAVENS HAVE SPOKEN".

Ed confirmed the news in an Instagram post, writing, "Got Beyonce to duet with me on flawless".

The new single will come out on Thursday at 7 p.m. ET, so mark your calendars because this is going to be something special. "We're so in love", he sings on the original.

"Perfect" is a standout cut off √∑, which Sheeran is particularly proud of. "But that could all change tomorrow if I think of nine new songs to replace them", he told Time Out.



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