Ed Sheeran Has Reportedly Written A James Bond Song

Lawrence Kim
December 18, 2017

Quite literally, everywhere. There is no escaping this music man and by the sounds of things he has no intention of letting that happen. "Just in case!" Ed said.

It's, frankly, a travesty that we haven't had Ed Sheeran on a James Bond soundtrack yet, but if the offer were to come calling, our boy's already got the ideal track in mind. Sheeran has said that the producers haven't asked him yet but given his popularity, we can see this happening. But this time he's anticipating following in the footsteps of Adele and Sam Smith.

Turns out a James Bond theme isn't the only song the 26-year-old has penned "just in case", after the star revealed that he also wrote a song with Eminem before he secured the collab. There's being prepared but is this a little bit too much?

'I recently did a song with one of my all-time heroes Eminem, and when we did a song together I already had the song planned. If ever I am called, I will be like, "Here you go.' " While Ed reassured fans his Bond theme is "good", he didn't want to give away any details about the song, including the title. "I am a James Bond fan, but I think the James Bond theme tune should be ballsy and I feel like if I was going to do it, it would sound a bit wet", Sheeran noted.

A handful of singers from the great and the good of the music industry have had the honour to write the 007 theme song over the past five decades.

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