Ed Sheeran doesn't feel prepared to sing for 'Bond' film
Singer Ed Sheeran says he would love to record the 'James Bond' theme but feels his voice will not suit the song.
London: Singer Ed Sheeran says he would love to record the 'James Bond' theme but feels his voice will not suit the song.
The 23-year-old singer said he is hopeful of getting ready to sing for the 'Bond' film in another 10 years, reported Contactmusic.
"I'd love to do a James Bond song, but can you imagine it? I just wasn't born with the James Bond voice. You never know - I'm not ruling it out. Maybe in ten years time..." he said.
Sheeran, whose single 'I See Fire' featured in the soundtrack of film 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug', suggested that the recording for 24th 'James Bond' film 'Spectre' should be given to Sam Smith.
"Anyone from Sam to Paloma Faith - anyone who does the retro thing really, really well should do it. I think the James Bond theme tune should be ballsy. I feel like if I was going to do it, it would sound a bit wet. The Hobbit song was perfect for me to do, because it's quite folky and rootsy. A hairy short man should be singing a song about that!" he said.