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Ed Sheeran opening Detroit pop-up shop to celebrate new album

By Gary Graff
ggraff@medianewsgroup.com, @GraffonMusic on Twitte

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Ed Sheeran is bringing Detroit into the party to celebrate his new album this weekend.

A pop-up shop at 1400 Fisher Freeway in Eastern Market will be open Friday, July 12, from 3:06-9:06 p.m. as the British pop sensation releases his new album, "The No. 6 Collaboration Project." The 15-song set features team-ups with Detroit rapper Eminem as well as Bruno Mars, Chris Stapleton, Chance the Rapper, Khalid, H.E.R., Meek Mill, Skrillex and more.

The shop will carry a variety of exclusive Sheeran merchandise, including limited-edition collaborations with brands such as Rhude, Kid Super and Chinatown Market. Detroit is one of 10 U.S. cities getting a shop, with other locations in Europe, Asia, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South America.

Sheeran, who's also featured in the new film "Yesterday," has been leaking out tracks and videos from the album since announcing it last month. Most recently he released a clip of him performing "Best Part of Me" with Yebba in London's Abbey Road Studios, while a video for "Antisocial" with Travis Scott is due out Friday.

More information about the album and pop-up shops can be found at edsheeran.com.

Web Site: www.edsheeran.com

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