Sat. Jul 20th, 2019

Watch: Catch a glimpse of Cape Town in Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber’s new music video

Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber’s eccentric music video for ‘I Don’t Care’ features a little glimpse of Cape Town.

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After dropping their new hit single, ‘I Don’t Care’, Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran released their music video and quite surprisingly, it features a glimpse of Cape Town.

There is one shot in the music video that shows Ed Sheeran running on the Sea Point Promenade, as KFM also reported.

Ed was in South Africa earlier this year for his Divide World Tour.

After performing for the first time during the South African leg of his Divide tour in March, he brought the house down with a barnstorming performance.

He didn’t really need to do much more to enthral the audience, but of course, he pulled out the Springboks jersey

The Ipswich-born guitarist and singer put the rugby top on halfway through his set at the FNB Stadium, much to the delight of all South Africans in attendance.

And if that wasn’t enough, Ed bolted down to The Wanderers, to watch the final T20 between South Africa and Sri Lanka, wearing a Proteas jersey.

‘I Don’t’ Care’: Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran

Just two days after the song was released, it shot to number one in the UK and other parts of the world.

The new single has become Sheeran’s sixth No. 1 and Bieber’s seventh in the UK, and missed out on landing the largest week of 2019 by only a few thousand units.

According to Forbes, behind that powerful pairing, nothing else new enters the highest region on the chart, though a few high-profile singles released recently by major players in the industry fall surprisingly quickly.

According to Scroll.in, the new single also set a Spotify record as the most for one day, and the biggest debut-day sum for any track – nearly 11 million hits worldwide. The lyric video of ‘I Don’t Care’ stands at nearly 27 million hits on YouTube, the trailer at nearly 3 million and official audio at 6 million.

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