Ed Sheeran is a magician when it comes to covering hip-hop.
Back in the cold month of February (which we will choose to erase from our minds), Sheeran warmed us up with his indie-folk take on the hardcore rap song "CoCo".
It blew us all away and it was only a matter of time until Sheeran decided to wow us yet again his amazing musical talents.
This time, Sheeran and Jimmy Fallon's world-class house band, The Roots, teamed up for a cover to Fetty Wap's chart topping hit "Trap Queen."
In case you need some reference, this is the original version of "Trap Queen," which has over 100 million views on YouTube.
Fetty Wap also recently collaborated with Drake on the remix to "My Way," which has brought the upstart rapper even more recognition.
It currently has over 13 million views on Soundcloud.
Listen to how Sheeran and The Roots flip the trap beat with some acoustic guitar chords below.
Upon hearing the cover, Fetty Wap tipped his hat to Sheeran on Twitter.
Ed Sheeran, bridging the gap between music genres, one guitar chord at a time!