Towards the beginning of this week, Ed Sheeran delivered a CGI visual for his “Cross Me” collaboration with PnB Rock and Chance The Rapper. Now, the popular singer-songwriter is breathing new life into his recent “I Don’t Care” single with Justin Bieber for his latest release. Specifically, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber are enlisting the duo of Koffee and Chronixx for the official remix of “I Don’t Care.”
“I was speaking to someone and they were saying to me, nobody knows what to expect. If I’m about to drop a new song or a new project, nobody is sure what direction I’m going to go in based on where I started,” Koffee recently told us, opening up about her creative process. “When [I] get a track first, I sit and I kind of just get in my zone and listen to it over and over again and just feel how best I think suits the track and [I] try to complement it in the best way possible … Lyrics will come to me at times. I would probably [be] walking and something hit my head and once I have a chance I will write it in my phone … I’m definitely not closed to any genre at the moment because I am super young, I only have a few songs out and there’s a lot of exploring to do, a lot more work and experiences to gain, so, I wouldn’t box myself yet.”
You can check out Koffee and Chronixx’s new, official remix of Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber’s “I Don’t Care” single above.
Previously, Mura Masa served up the official reworks of Koffee’s “Toast” and “Throne” tracks.