Ed Sheeran Teases ‘No. 7’ Collaboration LP and More Symbol Albums

The ‘Shape of You’ hitmaker reveals plans to follow up his previous star-studded collaboration LP and continue the tradition of using symbols as the titles of his studio albums.

AceShowbizEd Sheeran is planning more “symbol records.”

The singer – who has topped the charts with “+”, “x”, “÷” over the past decade and released his latest album “=” last Friday (29Oct21) – is set to release an acoustic record in 2022, and he already knows how he’s going to title the following five LPs.

He told the “Armchair Expert” podcast, “I’m going to make 10 symbol records, but the next five won’t be maths.”

He’s also got plans for the follow-up to 2019’s “No. 6 Collaborations” Project, which featured high profile duets with Eminem, Cardi B, Justin Bieber, Stormzy, and more.

He added, “Between the next one I’ll do No. 7. “

Meanwhile, Ed is giving some thought to his touring schedule too and revealed his upcoming Mathematics live run – which kicks off in Dublin, Ireland in April 2022 – will last five years before he looks to be more selective.

Revealing his wife Cherry Seaborn and their daughter Lyra – who they welcomed into the world in August 2020 – will be joining him, he said, “I’m bringing my family with me. My daughter is one and when she starts school I’m going to want to be settled and I’m not going to want to go on a five-year world tour.”

“So now is the time to do it. I’m going to do it until she turns five or six and then stop. Then I think I’ll tour in school holidays.”

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