of Christie Goodwin
Courtesy of Christie Goodwin
Okay, as if Ed Sheeran's latest single "SING" wasn't cool enough already--after, you know, being produced by none other than musical genius Pharrell--it's apparently been remixed by a certain South Korean phenomenon.
Yup, Sheeran has a Psy remix of "SING"
Our favorite ginger singer recently did an interview with The New York Times
and let writer Jon Caramanica in on a couple of secrets about the track. He played some of the remix for Caramanica on his cell phone, but there's no telling if he'll one day release it to the masses.
This shouldn't come as much of a surprise, since Sheeran has said that the music video for "SING"
was inspired by a night out he once experienced with Psy.
What's secret number two, you ask?
Well, everyone (including myself; I may or may not be unhealthily obsessed with the song) has been dying to know who Sheeran's track "Don't" is about
, he says people should be asking the same question about "SING."
“‘Sing’ is about a very, very well-known person. No one knows that, so no one’s being like, ‘Who’s it about?’," Sheeran, whose highly-anticipated sophomore album X dropped today
(June 23), said.
Well, I thought it was about a stripper, but I think we should take his word for it.
Any guesses, Sheerios? Let us know.
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