Ed Sheeran ft. Chris Stapleton, Bruno Mars – Blow Mp3 Download
Ed Sheeran unlocks another unexpected music side of him as he experiments the rock style on his new song, “BLOW”.
The track which features Chris Stapleton and Bruno Mars is the fifth single off Ed Sheeran’s 2019 No. 6 Collaborations Project, released alongside “Best Part Of Me” one week before the album release.
I’m feelin’ like a bullet jumpin’ out a gun
I’m feelin’ like a winner, I feel like the one
You’re doing somethin’ to me, you’re doing somethin’ strange
Well, jump back, talk to me, woman
You make me wanna make a baby, baby, uh
English singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran, has smashed the all-time record for the for most cash made from a tour in a single year.
The 27-year-old who earned almost £1m a day in 2018, raked in a staggering £342m in the last 12 months (937k per day) beating out singer Taylor Swift who took home £244m from her Reputation tour.
Ed Sheeran achieved the milestone from selling 4.9million tickets as part of his global tour Divide.
Power couple, Jay-Z and Beyonce took home £201m for their On The Run II stadium tour after selling 2.2m tickets.
Earlier this year, it was revealed that Sheeran had overtaken Adele as the highest-earning musician on the planet, becoming one of the top 10 celebrity earners in the world.
According to financial records released by his company in October, Ed earns around £75,000 a day from Ed Sheeran Ltd. His business boasted an annual turnover of £36,293,611 with a gross profit of £27,376,900. Cut down, this means the Galway Girl singer makes £75,005 per day and £3,125 per hour.
Here are the top ten most lucrative tours of 2018.
1. Ed Sheeran £342m – 4.9m tickets sold
2. Taylor Swift £244m – 2.9m tickets sold
3. Jay-Z and Beyonce £201m – 2.2m tickets sold
4. P!nk £134m – 1.29m tickets sold
5. Bruno Mars £132m – 1.29m tickets sold
6. The Eagles £131m – 964k tickets sold
7 Justin Timberlake £119m – 1.19m tickets sold
8 Roger Waters £104m – 1.5m tickets sold
9 U2 £100m – 927,034 tickets sold
10 The Rolling Stones £92m – 751k tickets sold