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- Ed Sheeran unleashes his dark side by singing Heavy Metal
ED Sheeran or should we call him ‘Death Sheeran’ sang popular heavy metal songs Iron Maiden, Limp Bizkit and Ty Dolla $ign with his own sweet twist on The Tonight Show.
Last night on the latest episode of The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon the British singer Ed Sheeran unleashed his dark side. The show began with a special segment where Jimmy called himself Steve Joshua the pseudo-Carl Sagan while reclining in a sofa.
Fallon then stated if any member of the audience is a fan of the morbid and disturbing then they are going to love the brand new album by Ed Sheeran titled ‘Ed Sheeran Sings Heavy Metal’.
According to Fallon pop music’s cherub-faced troubadour aka Ed Sheeran will be singing 25 of the most darkest heavy metal songs ever which have been described as ‘Skull crushing’ by Fallon.
The scene then cut to Ed Sheeran the British pop musician who is usually known for his sweet melodies as he sang the heavy metal classic ‘Run to the Hills’ by Iron Maiden. What was surprising about the song was how Sheeran took the heavy metal lyrics and turned them into a nice sounding melody.
The entire performance consisted of dark clouds hovering behind Sheeran on a screen but the performance was surprisingly amazing and Sheeran looked like a pro while singing. As the camera cuts back toFallonl he states the lyrics like the warm blanket which soothes his muscles and bones.
Ed Sheeran then started a rendition of Lim Bizkit’s ‘Dark Stuff’ full of swear words which were promptly beeped out but Sheeran seemed to be having a lot of fun using the words while singing. Over to Fallon he praised the performance by saying it certainly put a smile on his face.
Finally Ed Sheeran sang the song ‘Paranoid’ by Ty Dolla $ign in the skit with his own special sweet twist. The skit ended with Fallon dubbing Ed Sheeran as ‘Death Sheeran’.
Watch below the video of ED Sheeran singing Heavy Metal songs on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
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