Example Reveals Ed Sheeran Collaboration Name At BRITs 2012 - Video

22 February 2012, 15:27

The 'Changed The Way You Kissed Me' rapper has confirmed their duet is called 'Throw It All Away'.

Example has revealed the name of his recent collaboration with two-time BRIT Awards 2012 winner Ed Sheeran, and says the track is almost ready to be released.

While making his way into the BRITs ceremony yesterday (22nd February) the 'Stay Awake' rapper teased release plans for their joint single, which is expected to be released for free this summer.

"It's called 'Throw It All Away'," Example told Capital FM's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes. "We worked on it a bit in LA and I sent the final vocals to his engineer the other day so we're going to finish it and then we're going to give it away."

Example also said he knew he had no chance of winning a BRIT Award, despite being nominated in the Best British Single category for his Vodafone Big Top 40 number one 'Changed The Way You Kissed Me'.

"You can't really speak out against awards and then go, 'please vote for me'," he added. "I'm very fortunate to have amazing fans."

The 'Midnight Run' rapper recently revealed to fans that his next single is likely to be released sometime in June.

Check out Capital's BRIT Awards area for full coverage from this year's ceremony and view a complete list of BRITs 2012 winners here.

Watch Example discussing his collaboration with Ed Sheeran at the BRIT Awards 2012 below: