Ed Sheeran releases music video for ‘2step’ filmed in Ukraine

british pop star Ed Sheeran revealed that he had shot his last music video in Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital, a few days before Russia invaded the country.

the singer-songwriter published the video for his track “2step“, featuring rapper Lil Baby, Friday morning on his official YouTube channel.

Before the song begins, a written message from the star appears on the screen in black and white.

In it, the 31-year-old Grammy winner explains that he filmed the video in Kyiv before “the devastating acts of violence began”.

“It was my first time visiting the country and I felt so welcomed…” he said.

“Ukraine is a proud and resilient country and I am grateful to have had the chance to shoot my video there.

“I support Ukraine and will donate my record royalties from the video’s YouTube streams to DEC. [The Disasters Emergency Committee] Humanitarian appeal for Ukraine,” added the singer.

The 2step track is the latest from Sheeran’s album “=” (pronounced “equal”), which he released in 2021.

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