Ed Sheeran - What Do I Know?

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Charts

Binnenkomst:11/03/2017 (Positie 16)
Laatste week notering:22/04/2017 (Positie 98)
Piekpositie:16 (1 week)
Chartrun:
Aantal weken:7
Positie aller tijden:13209 (285 Punten)
In de landen:
de  Piek: 35 / Weken: 4
at  Piek: 27 / Weken: 5
fr  Piek: 166 / Weken: 1
nl  Piek: 16 / Weken: 7
se  Piek: 25 / Weken: 8
no  Piek: 31 / Weken: 1
dk  Piek: 25 / Weken: 2
it  Piek: 38 / Weken: 2
au  Piek: 24 / Weken: 3
nz  Piek: 14 / Weken: 4

Verkrijgbaar op

VersieLengteTitelLabel
Nummer
Formaat
Medium
Datum
3:57÷ [Divide]Asylum / Atlantic
9029585903
Album
CD
03/03/2017
3:57÷ [Divide] [Deluxe Edition]Asylum / Atlantic
90295859022
Album
CD
03/03/2017
3:57÷ [Divide]Asylum / Atlantic
9029585901
Album
LP
03/03/2017

Ed Sheeran   Artiestenpagina

Singles - Dutch Charts
TitelBinnenkomstPiekWeken
The A Team01/10/2011240
Lego House04/02/20122515
Give Me Love08/12/20124111
I See Fire16/11/20131090
Sing12/04/20141249
Thinking Out Loud21/06/2014195
Don't21/06/20142043
Afire Love21/06/2014381
Bloodstream21/06/2014441
The Man21/06/2014561
Photograph29/11/20143050
One29/11/2014971
Bloodstream (Ed Sheeran & Rudimental)11/04/2015981
Lay It All On Me (Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran)10/10/20154330
Shape Of You14/01/2017124
Castle On The Hill14/01/2017224
How Would You Feel (Paean)25/02/2017109
Galway Girl11/03/2017616
Perfect11/03/201789
Happier11/03/2017119
Dive11/03/2017127
New Man11/03/2017146
What Do I Know?11/03/2017167
Eraser11/03/2017193
Supermarket Flowers11/03/2017206
Barcelona11/03/2017216
Bibia Be Ye Ye11/03/2017243
Hearts Don't Break Around Here11/03/2017253
Nancy Mulligan11/03/2017264
Save Myself11/03/2017292
 
Albums - Dutch Charts
TitelBinnenkomstPiekWeken
+26/11/20118176
x28/06/20141157
504/03/2017643
x / +04/03/2017282
÷ [Divide]11/03/2017116
 
DVD Music - Dutch Charts
TitelBinnenkomstPiekWeken
Jumpers For Goalposts - Live At Wembley Stadium [DVD]21/11/2015536
 

Reviews

Puntengemiddelde: 4 (Reviews: 16)

Alleen de Nederlands- en Engelstalige reviews worden getoond: Alle talen tonen

Snormobiel Beusichem
****
▒ Goede plaat voorzien van een flinke bas uit begin maart 2017 door de 26 jarige Britse zanger en songschrijver: "Edward Christopher Sheeran", afkomstig van zijn nieuwe studioalbum: "÷ [Divide]" !!! Dik 4 sterren ☺!!!

Jeroen68
*****
En toen kwamen alle songs van het album in de single-chart binnen. Dat zou toch niet moeten kunnen.

What do I know? vind ik dan weer een van de beste songs op dit album. Aanstekelijk

irelander
**
Here it was a lot harder to ignore the lyrics because they go hand-in-hand with the rather lame melodies. It's like a crap "Love Yourself". Massive cringe all the way. 2.25

gherkin
*****
Best wel een fijn liedje uit het meest recente album van Ed Sheeran.

Hijinx
***
There is admittedly something cute about Ed Sheeran acknowledging that he's been thrust into the spotlight as one of the biggest pop stars in the world but you can't expect him to use that platform to support a greater change, he's just a guy who writes songs, he won't pretend to know anything about the inner workings of the current political climate!

But you can also look at this cynically and say that we live in the information age and there's no reason to play dumb especially when you wield such an audience at your disposal, in a craft that's synonymous with such political activism. Sheeran is no Dylan that's for sure.

In the end though, ever since his recent interviews, I find myself unable to read into any of his songs without seeing it through the perspective of the guy who practically admits to making his music for a mass market, knows it will sell, and actively avoids any sort of controversy that might compromise it. So he ends up just being a boring person who makes boring music.

To be fair to "÷" though, a strength I've found in it is that the songs are never indistinguishably bland, and one way to make the chart tyranny feel valid is the fact that the songs feel like they could be hits in their own right to some degree, every single one of them.

This song has always stuck out to me purely because the tempo and stripped back nature of it reminds me so thoroughly of Sun Kil Moon's "I Love My Dad", a song that's too earnest even for Sheeran. Something which became more incidental when the most circulated (scathing) review of "÷" came from the same woman who Kozelek was sexually harassing some years back. When someone's been through that, you can understand why they might not be too kind to another guitar bro who gets away with such grotesque lyrics.
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