There are plenty of good singers these days, but his voice will surely make you fall in love. And that is why his songs “Thinking Out Loud”, “Perfect”, and “Shape of You” became worldwide hits.
Sheeran was born in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England. Both of his parents worked as curators. He started recording music in 2004. Even when he was young, he was already labeled as a natural singer. He has a unique acoustic style that makes his voice stand out and recognizable. He said that Clapton, The Beatles, and the Westlife are just some of his influences.
After years of being in the music industry, Sheeran remains to be one of the worlds’ best-selling artists. In fact, he already sold over 150 million records throughout his career.
If Elvis Presley heard him, he would have been proud. He gave this Elvis classic the “Ed-Sheeran style.” He proves the world that he deserves to be considered as one of the best musicians in the world.
“Can’t Help Falling In Love” is an Elvis Presley song that was recorded in 1961. It was written by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, and George David Weiss and was published by Gladys Music, Inc. According to the history of this song, its melody was based on a popular 1784 French song, “Plaisir d’amour.” This song was initially written for a woman but was later on featured in Presley’s 1961 film, Blue Hawaii.
During his performance, his flawless plucking of the strings plus his soothing voice is definitely something that his fans expected from him. He was, of course, using his Martin guitar which he personally prefers and has his own line with them. These guitars have a rich and full sound which is perfect for Ed Sheeran’s modern acoustic playing.
Those who have seen his performance agree with Spotify that he is the second most-streamed artist of the decade. One of the viewers commented, “This guy could sing ANYTHING AND MAKE IT GOLD – he is truly one in a million~”
The video now has over 6 million views and it is still going up. This guy is definitely artistically talented in reviving this classic hit from another legendary artist. Others have tried to give this song a try but ultimately failed.
Everyone agrees that this song matches Ed Sheeran’s style. Behind him was a choir that equally sounded great. They complimented his singing with gentle hums and secondary vocals. They even swayed along to the melody as the English singer stands in front of them, completely focused on his performance