Ed Sheeran danced to his own songs ''all night'' in Ghana.

The 'Thinking Out Loud' hitmaker flew out to join pal Fuse ODG in the West African country so they could make some music together and revealed after each track was complete, the rapper threw a house party for 200 people where they danced into the early hours in the morning to the song they had just recorded.

Ed revealed: ''I went out to Ghana and there was a musician called Fuse ODG who was a friend of mine. He was always telling me, 'You have to come to Ghana. You have to see the culture here. You've got to do some music here.'

''So I went over there and we did about five or six songs together and every time we'd make a song, he'd then ring up 200 people and then we'd throw a house party for the song and dance to it all night. It was the most crazy but fun experience.''

And Ed's new-found friends were not the only people to get a sneak preview of the songs as the 26-year-old singer also revealed he played the track to Tom Hiddleston whilst they were in Rome.

Speaking on the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show with Chris Evans, he added: ''I played Tom the album last summer and he still remembers. We were in Rome. 70 per cent of the album was done a year ago ... I was having too much fun [to put it out back then].''

Meanwhile, Ed previously revealed he invited the 'Game of Thrones' cast back to his mansion in Suffolk in East Anglia, England to hear his new music.

He said: ''I ended up going to a party where a lot of the 'Game Of Thrones' lot were at. They all ended up back at my house. I'd never met some of them before and said 'do you want to hear some of my songs?'''