An artist's rendition of what a Bieber-Sheeran child could look like.
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'I Don't Care': Ed Sheeran releases collaboration song with Justin Bieber
Deni Rose M. Afinidad-Bernardo ( - May 10, 2019 - 6:01pm

MANILA, Philippines — Twitter is on fire on Friday for the release of the new collaboration single between superstars Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran.

Titled “I Don’t Care,” the upbeat song comes almost four years since the two worked together on the smash hit “Love Yourself.”

Both Bieber and Sheeran teased their fans before dropping the new single. First, they both posted a poll that said: “Do you want new music?"

Fans were asked to choose either “Yes,” “No,” or “Idc.”

Justin first admitted the collaboration on May 8 by commenting “Yep true” on news about it.

He then followed it up with an “Also true” comment on an Official Charts article that said he and Ed are “the only two artists in history to hold the Top 3 songs on the Official Singles Chart at the same time.”

Contrary to the song’s title, Bieber cares so much about the new song that he made a countdown: “Been a long time since I’ve done a countdown to new music,” he tweeted.

Likewise, Ed cared to take an Instagram video story to promote the single even if he is in the middle of the jungle: "I'm about to enjoy a beer, and yeah, check it out in all platforms," he said.   


Me and @justinbieber have got a new song out. It's called "I Don't Care" hope you like it x (link in bio)

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Fans care, too, which is why the single and the singers are among Twitter’s top tending topics on Friday.

The song’s lyric video has gotten over 700,000 views on YouTube hours after release.

On Friday, queen of pop Madonna also introduced her music video and new single “Crave,” featuring American rapper Swae Lee Lee Swae.

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