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“Cross Me” [ft. Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock] by Ed Sheeran Review – Pitchfork

“Cross Me” [ft. Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock] by Ed Sheeran Review – Pitchfork

The “Nice Guys” finally get a win when Ed Sheeran, a massive pop star still masquerading as an everyman, and Chance the Rapper, a power-tripper masquerading as a holy man, team up for “Cross Me.” Both Sheeran and Chance have made careers out of being the sweetest men in the room. They present themselves as loveable scamps, and that niceness hasn’t gone unnoticed, scoring Sheeran BuzzFeed lists about being the nicest person in show business and getting Chance dubbed the best human of Chicago. Which sets the stage for “Cross Me,” a song that is obviously respectful and appropriately gentlemanly. They’re joined here by the not-so-nice Philly crooner PnB Rock, who just released a record called TrapStar Turnt PopStar yet phones it in hard on this, his biggest opportunity to prove it. This unlikely grouping is sponsored by Shee
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Author : Sheldon Pearce

Publish date : 2019-05-24T15:08:00Z

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