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8 December 2011, 14:18 | Updated: 8 December 2011, 14:50
The singer-songwriter has formed his own record label to release five of his original extended plays.
Ed Sheeran says he "can't wait" to release the five EPs he recorded while still unsigned by a record label.
The 'Lego House' singer recorded a series of EPs before eventually being signed by Asylum and Atlantic Records in January 2011, and will release them through his own record label on 12th December.
"I now have my own record label called Paw Print records, I signed all my old EP's to myself, so I still own everything," Ed tweeted recently. "The 5 EP's that got me where I am today."
"I'm excited to rerelease my 5 independent EP's on Monday on paw print records, can't wait to get them back out there," the 'A Team' singer tweeted earlier today (8th December).
Ed confirmed on 1st December that he has finished filming the music video for his fourth single to be released from debut album '+'.
The 20 year-old singer-songwriter performed his most popular singles during a set at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday (4th December).