Ed Sheeran Records Live Version Of “I Don’t Care” In World-Famous Abbey Road Studios

In 2019, Ed Sheeran had the incredible chance to record at Abbey Road Studios in London, England. This studio, dating back to 1931, has seen music legends like The Beatles and The Walt Disney Music Company.

For Sheeran, recording his hit song “I Don’t Care” with Justin Bieber at Abbey Road was a big deal. The video, shot in black and white, not only shows Sheeran’s talent but also honors the studio’s amazing history.

Standing where The Beatles once stood, Sheeran’s performance feels special and respectful. Despite the song’s complexity, he nails it, showing why he’s one of music’s best.

Starting with his debut album “+ (Plus),” Sheeran quickly became one of the UK’s biggest stars, winning awards like the Brit Award for Best Male Solo Artist. But his success doesn’t stop there. He’s known for his incredible live shows, and he’s one of the top-selling artists for concert tours worldwide.

With each new song, Sheeran keeps impressing fans by mixing genres and capturing hearts globally. Thanks to his talent and hard work, Ed Sheeran has made his mark on music history, inspiring generations to come.

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