Ed Sheeran hits the streets of London with song collaborators Paulo Londra and Dave as they muse about romantic chemistry while on a late-night bike ride in the new video for “Nothing on You.” The song appears on Sheeran’s star-studded No.6 Collaborations Project, which was released in July.
Sheeran, Argentinian rapper Paulo Londra and UK rapper Dave trade verses about lust and all-encompassing romantic chemistry. “I was rolling up something with you/Kickin’ back in a way that we do/I got everything I need in this room,” Sheeran sings on the chorus. “Smoke clouds and a scent of perfume/And all my friends are in the club tonight/And they keep ringing my phone/But they ain’t got nothing on you.”
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Although the song’s theme is about spending the night with a special someone, whether it’s a one night stand or turns into something more, the guys take a contemplative approach that is more about enjoying time with friends and talking through emotions instead of being with a lover. The trio hangs out in a warehouse and bikes through the nighttime streets while singing.
The “Nothing on You” visual follows the previously released No.6 videos for “Antisocial” featuring Travis Scott and the Justin Bieber-assisted “I Don’t Care.” Sheeran also unveiled the video for “Blow,” where Sheeran and his collaborators Bruno Mars and Chris Stapleton are notably absent; instead an all-female rock band takes the lead.
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