Ed Sheeran Shares 'Cross Me,' Featuring Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock: 'Stream It Now'

It’s been a good – no, great – week for Sheerios. 

While Ed Sheeran’s recently-released collaboration with Justin Bieber, “I Don’t Care,” continues to fly high on charts around the globe, the British pop superstar started dropping hints of more to come.

Then, on Thursday came a complete bolt from the blue with the announcement of a new album, titled No.6 Collaborations Project.

And now, a new track has arrived in full: The Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock-assisted “Cross Me."

Produced by Fred, who also worked on “I Don’t Care,” the new song dropped at midnight on streaming music services, following a string of cryptic messages from Sheeran's social accounts. 

“Cross Me” will appear with “I Don’t Care” and 13 other tracks on Sheeran’s forthcoming all-star collaborative collection, due out July 12. The lineup of guest artists is anyone’s guess, and the singer isn’t giving anything away.

Watch the official “Cross Me” lyric video below.