One of the collaboration songs in Eminem’s ninth studio album titled “Revival” features Ed Sheeran. The title of the song is “River.”
Produced by Emile Haynie, “River” was co-written by Eminem and Sheeran. The song is 3 minutes and 41 seconds long.
Aside from “River,” there are seven other collaboration songs from “River.” These are “Walk on Water” featuring Beyonce, “Need Me” featuring Pink, “Like Home” featuring Alicia Keys, “Nowhere Fast” featuring Kehlani, “Tragic Endings” featuring Skylar Grey, “Chloraseptic” featuring Phresher and “Bad Husband” featuring X Ambassadors.
Recently, Spotify released its list of most streamed songs and artists in the United Kingdom in 2017 and Sheeran was declared the top artist. He was followed by Drake, Little Mix, Eminem and The Weeknd in second, third, fourth and fifth places, respectively.
Moreover, Sheeran was declared Spotify’s top male artist in the UK in 2017 while Eminem ranked third. The male artists who ranked second, fourth and fifth were Drake, The Weeknd and Calvin Harris, respectively.
“Ed Sheeran absolutely dominated this year with the release of his record-breaking album ‘Divide,'” CNET quoted Spotify’s Chief Content Officer Stefan Blom as saying. “There is no doubt that 2017 was The Year of Ed Sheeran, and we are thrilled that so many millions of music fans have discovered, listened to, and shared his music on Spotify. Congratulations to Ed on an amazing achievement.”
In 2015, Sheeran revealed why he considers Eminem as his hero. The English singer-songwriter said when he was young, he overcame his stutter through the Detroit rapper’s third studio album “The Marshall Mathers LP.”
The “River” lyrics are available on Genius. Watch Sheeran talk about working with Eminem here: