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After receiving a radio request (with a twist), Ed Sheeran made one fan’s dreams come true. On the Capital Evening Show, a UK music station, the singer was asked to combine two of the fan’s loves: him and the ’90s sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” by singing the theme song. After a bit of hesitation, he grabs a guitar, seemingly more than happy to oblige the rap/acoustic hybrid theme song request.

Ed Sheeran Sings “Fresh Prince” Theme Song

Sheeran recently released two new singles, “Castle on the Hill” and “Shape of You,” the first new music released since 2014. Additionally, he unveiled the tracklist Wednesday, which includes the previously-released singles and other titles such as “Galway Girl” and “Supermarket Flowers.” The new album, titled “Divide,” will feature 12 songs total.

And if you just can’t get enough of that “Fresh Prince” theme song, take a look at the original intro below:

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