The summer of Ed continued on Wednesday morning (July 10) when Ed Sheeran revealed the stripped down video for his Yebba collaboration "Best Part of Me." The black and white clip, directed by Dan Massie, finds the duo singing face-to-face at the legendary London studio, their microphones just inches away from each other as Sheeran strums an acoustic guitar and an accompanist plays piano in the background. The camera circles the pair as the sing the track's loving chorus together, "Baby, the best part of me is you/ And lately everything's making sense too/ Oh baby, I'm so in love with you."
The gentle ballad is one of five tracks Sheeran has shared from his upcoming No. 6 Collaborations Project, which is due out on July 12. So far fans have heard "I Don't Care" with Justin Bieber, "Beautiful People" with Khalid, "Cross Me" with Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock and "Blow" with Bruno Mars and Chris Stapleton. The latter just got a high-gloss video in which the three men are portrayed by female actors rocking out at L.A.'s Viper Room. Check out the full lineup of Collaborations here.