Ed Sheeran Performs New Song 'Take It Back Now' Showing Off His Rap Skills at Teenage Cancer Trust Concert in London, Watch Here (VIDEO)
Ed Sheeran gave his fans at a London concert Monday night a special performance of a new yet-to-be-released song titled, "Take It Back Now". Not only did he share with them a new song but also showed off his rap skills during the verses of the new song while smoothly transitioning into singing the hook during the chorus (watch performance above). Sheeran has a new album releasing in 2014 and there is a good chance that "Take It Back Now" will be on the LP. An official release date has yet to be announced for the upcoming full-length album.
The 23-year-old singer-songwriter was performing at the Teenage Cancer Trust event at the Royal Albert Hall in London along with musician, Passenger. Sheeran also performed new track Tenerife Sea (which he had previously unveiled at New York's Madison Square Garden last year) for the first time in the UK.
Over the next few days, the Royal Albert Hall in London hosts a comedy evening headlined by John Bishop, Micky Flanagan and Jason Manford (tonight), Paolo Nutini and Lianne Le Havas (Wednesday), One Republic (Thursday), The Cure (Friday and Saturday) and Suede (Sunday). All proceeds from the week of shows goes towards the work of Teenage Cancer Trust in supporting young people, teenagers and their families who are struck down with cancer. Individuals can also make a £5 donation by texting GIVE to 70500 - and the Body Shop has promised to match every pound, up to a total of £30,000. For ways to get involved with the Teenage Cancer Trust organization, click HERE.