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> Ed Sheeran & Ariana Grande - No Love For The Lonely, Scrapped from 'No.6 Collaborations Project'
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JulianNial
post Aug 20 2020, 08:13 AM
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Supposedly the track was scrapped as it got leaked after it was sent to Australian Radio, so do you think that suggests it was due to be a single supporting Ed's 'No.6 Collaborations Project'. With two names as big as their's, it's hard to imagine it wouldn't have done well on charts around the world.

Personally I think it's stronger/as strong as most of the other tracks on Ed's album.

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post Aug 20 2020, 08:40 AM
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Thanks for creating this thread as I've never heard this collab before despite knowing of its existence ohmy.gif looks like that upload was only from a month ago and people in the comments are saying that it's the only one that doesn't have a pitch shift or something on there, that's my excuse. kink.gif I'm quite liking it, not a million miles away from 'Put It All On Me' with Ella Mai from the same record and that was one of my favourites from it. Ed Sheeran and Ariana Grande make perfect sense together commercially, especially this time last year when she'd had an enormous hit with '7 rings' just a few months prior. I wouldn't be surprised if it had been pencilled in as a potential single as a result - especially as Ed is open about doing well in the charts. A shame that this got leaked! In an ideal world last summer would've been soundtracked by this instead of 'I Don't Care' kink.gif
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