Women in Music 2016

Ed Sheeran Songs Remixed: Listen to 7 of the Best

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Ed Sheeran performs at American Airlines Arena on Sept. 9, 2015 in Miami.

Ed Sheeran's musical versatility has been proven in many of his singles like "Don't," which revealed the Brit's lyrical rap skills, and "Thinking Out Loud", a warm love ballad which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The fiery redhead's voice has been sorely missing from the music scene since he announced a hiatus to "travel the world and see everything I've missed".

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Sheeran slipped in a very important detail into the announcement and it's the only sliver of hope fans have for his speedy return to music: his third album is in the works. In the meantime, here’s a list of the best Ed Sheeran songs remixed for your listening pleasure.

#1 Ed Sheeran Song Remix: "I See Fire" (Kygo Remix) 

A Kygo x Ed Sheeran collaboration may happen in the future and the Norwegian producer has already given fans a preview of what the two sounds may sound like. Kygo takes breathes life into the calm acoustic medley with his signature tropical elements on one of his most popular remixes

 

#2 Ed Sheeran Song Remix: "Give Me Love" (True Tiger Remix) 

UK unite! The UK grime/dubstep producers slapped a gritty back beat tinged with electronic elements on Sheeran's acoustic original song. 

#3 Ed Sheeran Song Remix: "Drunk" (Speaker of the House Remix) 

Tropical vibes and breathy synthesizers blend effortlessly with Sheeran's chopped vocals, transporting listeners to a heavenly tropical island for four minutes. 

 

#4 Ed Sheeran Song Remix: "Thinking Out Loud" (Stryv Remix) 

The world fell in love with the heartwarming love ballad -- which won a Grammy Award for Song of the Year -- and can now fall in love with this chilled-out remix. 

 

#5 Ed Sheeran Song Remix: "Don't" (Sable Remix) 

The 25-year-old singer proved he can lay down some smooth bars so it's a no-brainer that Sheeran's voice would sound even better weaved into a retro melody. 

 

#6 Ed Sheeran Song Remix: "I'm In Love With The Coco" (Hitimpulse Remix) 

Ed Sheeran is undoubtedly a hip-hop fan and proved his sound could exist in the genre by turning O.T Genasis' viral hit into a sweet-sounding romantic trap tune. Here, this remix softens the hard-hitting style of the original and lays down Sheeran's dulcet tone on the beat. 

 

#7 Ed Sheeran Remix: "Bloodstream" (Kicks n Licks Remix) 

Can you say high energy?