A day after his death, Ed Sheeran dedicated a song at his latest concert to late friend Jamal Edwards, MBE. Founder of online music channel SBTV at 15, Jamal died of cancer at the age of 31. His friend had a profound influence on his career and life and his passing was devastating. According to his management, the late Edwards influenced Sheeran’s career and he dedicated a song to him at the Royal Albert Hall.
Edwards had a huge fanbase and was a pioneer of YouTube. His first YouTube channel, Sbtv, received 1.2 million subscribers and helped launch a string of UK music careers, including Ed Sheeran. He also supported Prince Charles’ charitable work and had worked with his two sons, William and Harry. The late singer’s musical talent was recognized with a Bafta for his role in the film Kidulthood.
The young rapper was also an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust, a charity headed by the Prince of Wales. He was awarded an MBE in 2012 for his contribution to music. He had worked closely with the Prince’s sons, William and Harry, and supported their charitable endeavors. He had six GCSEs, three Ds, and one E, and had a diploma in moving-image media production. His music was popular and he had many fans across the world.
The song is a tribute to Edwards, who died of leukaemia at the age of 35. He started out as a rap artist and his video was so popular that it reached 200 million views on YouTube. He was a good friend of the Prince and his children, who grew up in Acton. His concert was dedicated to the memory of his childhood friend and mentor.
While the cause of Jamal’s death remains unclear, his death has prompted many people to pay tribute to him at the late musician’s concert. The musician, who was a mentor to many of his friends, was well known for his witty wit. He was known for his humour, and was admired by all. And his music was no different.
In addition to being an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust, Jamal Edwards was also a supporter of the late rapper, who had helped him launch his career. His song, “The Last Song,” was dedicated to the late rapper. He was a fan of the singer’s music, and was an avid music lover. During his concert, he devoted a song to him.