Expect to hear Ed Sheeran's Justin Bieber-assisted single "I Don't Care" at every turn for the rest of the year because the pop duo has crafted a hit that is sure to be on repeat. The track is produced by Max Martin, Shellback and FRED, and is a relationship anthem for those that want to tell their significant others just how much they care for them. No matter where they are they know everything is okay because their partners are by their sides.
Bieber also mentions his struggle with anxiety in his lyrics as he sings about attending a social function while "crippled with anxiety." He's spoken openly about his mental health battles, even last week sharing a lengthy encouraging message on social media. "Don’t stop fighting the battle has already won," he wrote. "Fight for what you love and who you love don’t let fear and anxiety win."
Both Sheeran and Bieber know the formula to penning a chart-topping hit, so undoubtedly "I Don't Care" will be a summer single that will be around long after the sunshine months are gone.
We at a party we don't wanna be at
Tryna talk, but we can't hear ourselves
Press your lips, I'd rather kiss 'em right back
With all these people all around
I'm crippled with anxiety