Ed Sheeran And Labrinth Perform "Earthquake" At Pre-BRIT Awards Charity Gig

20 February 2012, 13:54

The 'A Team' singer-songwriter was joined by Labrinth and several other artist for the London charity concert.

Ed Sheeran was joined on stage by guests including Labrinth, Example and Wretch 32 at the annual War Child concert at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire last night (19th February).

Ahead of his scheduled performance at the BRIT Awards on Tuesday (21st February) 'Lego House' singer Ed was joined by several friends for an hour-long set at the charity benefit.

Example first joined the 21 year-old for an acoustic version of his hit 'Changed The Way You Kissed Me', before Labrinth arrived for a duet medley of his songs 'Let The Sun Shine' and 'Earthquake'.

After teaming up with MiKill Pane for 'The A Team', Ed teamed up with rapper Wretch 32 for an extended performance of 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You'.

"Has anyone seen the footage of me and @edsheeran's duet #bringtheguitarsback," Labrinth tweeted earlier today, before Ed himself quickly replied, "doin it for the gi - tar."

Ed Sheeran is up for four awards at the BRITs 2012 including British Breakthrough, British Album for '+' and British Single for 'The A Team'.

 Watch Ed Sheeran and Labirnth's acoustic duet of 'Let The Sun Shine' and 'Earthquake' below: