By Maya Rhodan
June 5, 2015

Ed Sheeran and The Roots collaborated for a soulful take on Fetty Wap’s most popular tune and it’s better than you could have guessed.

Sheeran is no stranger to surprising viewing audiences with unlikely musical covers. Just this week, the cherubic crooner appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he made some of the most hardcore metal hits sound like folksy lullabies.

On Thursday, he did it again. Only this time he didn’t make “Break Stuff” sound like something your grandma could jam along to. The English singer blessed the Internet with an acoustic cover of the hit song “Trap Queen,” making selling drugs and counting money with bae sound like lovely post-brunch activities.

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