Ed Sheeran Named 2017 Global Recording Artist of the Year

Ed Sheeran Named 2017 Global Recording Artist of the Year
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Ed Sheeran‘s 2017 album, “Divide,” is still receiving awards.

The “Perfect” singer won “Best Solo Performance” and “Best Pop Vocal Performance” at the 2018 Grammys, he was named Spotify’s “Most- Streamed Artist of 2017,” broke records with “Shape Of You,” recorded a remix with Beyoncé and he even got engaged to his longterm girlfriend. Do you think he had a chance to breathe in between all the success?!

It doesn’t look like the congratulations will stop anytime soon for the pop singer. The 27-year-old was just named IFPI’s 2017 Global Recording Artist of the Year and is the first winner to have both the best selling album and single of the year!

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Past winners of the award include Adele, Taylor Swift and One Direction. Not bad company if you ask us!

Check out the behind-the-scenes of Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran’s “End Game” video!

 

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