Nearly four years after last collaborating on the hit track ‘Love Yourself’, two chart toppers Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have once again teamed up together and released a song ‘I Don’t Care’ on Friday, May 10. The duo debuted it on UK radio station KMFM.
Unlike their previous kiss-off-themed collaboration and contrary to the new song’s title, “I Don’t Care” exalts in the feel-good side of supportive romantic relationships. Produced by Max Martin, Shellback and FRED, the single is Sheeran’s first new music since 2017’s Divide.
Within an hour of upload on video streaming platform, YouTube, the song has almost 500,000 views with nearly 159K thumbs up.
The song is also available on Amazon Music , where fans can sign up for a free trial to listen to the song without having to sign up for a subscription. Rival site is also offering the trial option Spotify , along with music streaming services.
Sheeran has three hit albums, while Bieber is one of the biggest pop stars on the planet with a string of number one hits and sell-out shows.