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26 May 2014, 11:48 | Updated: 26 May 2014, 14:21
The chart-topping singer reveals details of his recent studio sessions.
Ed Sheeran has revealed that he has been in the studio working on new music with Usher and producer Timbaland.
The 'Lego House' singer, who has written chart hits for the likes of One Direction and Taylor Swift, teased details of his recent collaborations in an interview with The Daily Star.
"I've stopped giving away songs now," Ed told the newspaper. "I'm just going in with people to write songs because I find then it’s a lot easier to let songs go."
When asked about the names he had recently been working with the 23-year-old explained, "I did one for Usher the other day, one for Jessie Ware and one with Hilary Duff."
Ed also revealed that he was hoping to work with US producer Timbaland. "We talked through doing something on this album but we never got round to it, so I’d like to go back in with Timbaland."
Ed Sheeran releases his new album 'X' on June 23rd. The lead single from Ed's second studio offering 'Sing' is available to download from this Sunday.
Ed will return to Wembley Stadium next month for the Capital Summertime Ball with Vodafone. The event which takes place on Saturday 21st June is now SOLD OUT, but you could be in with a chance of winning tickets here online .