The British quartet decides not to continue working on the collaborative track as they fear it ‘wasn’t quite right.’
Ed Sheeran’s recent collaboration with Rudimental has been dropped by the band over fears it “wasn’t quite right”.
The drum and bass quartet has previously worked with the 27-year-old singeron hit tracks including “Bloodstream” and “Lay It All On Me”, but while working with Ed on new music for their third album, “Toast to Our Differences”, Rudimental decided to scrap a new collaboration.
Kesi Dryden told British newspaper the Daily Mirror: “There is some new music that hasn’t been heard which we have recorded with Ed. It didn’t quite fit on our album, it wasn’t quite right. It’s a tough one to explain. This album was about us being at home and our experiences.
“But the song with Ed wasn’t in the same lane as most of the other songs.”
The sub won’t bother Ed – he recently picked up two honours at the prestigious Ivor Novello Awards in London.
The “Shape of You” hitmaker took home the Songwriter of the Year Award and the Music Most Performed Work prize.
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