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Ed Sheeran

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In an interview with The Daily Californian, the young artist reflected on her success in the last year and enthusiastically looked to the final remaining leg of her first U.S. tour.
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In an interview with The Daily Californian, the young artist reflected on her success in the last year and enthusiastically looked to the final remaining leg of her first U.S. tour.
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The venue’s small stage seemed to stagger with the weight of the young star.
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The venue’s small stage seemed to stagger with the weight of the young star.
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She manages to blend her style seamlessly with the diverse styles of her guests. The fascinating chemistry among them makes this mixtape full of fun and surprises.
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She manages to blend her style seamlessly with the diverse styles of her guests. The fascinating chemistry among them makes this mixtape full of fun and surprises.
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The symbol represents “the end of a question and the start of an answer” to Sheeran, but his album prompts more inquiries than solutions.
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The symbol represents “the end of a question and the start of an answer” to Sheeran, but his album prompts more inquiries than solutions.
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Every string I strum, each note and each new chord I discover helps remind me that even in quarantine, there’s still a lot of life out there to be lived. 
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Every string I strum, each note and each new chord I discover helps remind me that even in quarantine, there’s still a lot of life out there to be lived. 
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It’s difficult to classify rock and pop as two completely distinct genres — they undoubtedly blur together at some level of sonic scrutiny.
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It’s difficult to classify rock and pop as two completely distinct genres — they undoubtedly blur together at some level of sonic scrutiny.
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Sheeran wants to play at rock star and rapper, at debonair and muscleman, like a high school theater kid in the costume shop trying on different wigs set aside for other actors.
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Sheeran wants to play at rock star and rapper, at debonair and muscleman, like a high school theater kid in the costume shop trying on different wigs set aside for other actors.
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As a romance, it’s putrid. As a morality play, it’s indecipherable. Even as a best-of collection, it’s unimaginatively curated.
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As a romance, it’s putrid. As a morality play, it’s indecipherable. Even as a best-of collection, it’s unimaginatively curated.
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You procrastinate by answering a few seemingly obscure questions, and we here at the Clog will tell you which new single those obscure answers make you.
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You procrastinate by answering a few seemingly obscure questions, and we here at the Clog will tell you which new single those obscure answers make you.
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From the moment I hopped off the plane at Dublin Airport (with a dream and my raincoat), I knew I loved Ireland. No, it wasn’t only because I was unhealthily obsessed with Niall Horan in eighth grade, because I had just watched season one of "Derry Girls" or because Saoirse Ronan is one of my favorite actresses.
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From the moment I hopped off the plane at Dublin Airport (with a dream and my raincoat), I knew I loved Ireland. No, it wasn’t only because I was unhealthily obsessed with Niall Horan in eighth grade, because I had just watched season one of "Derry Girls" or because Saoirse Ronan is one of my favorite actresses.
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