Justin Bieber is giving his fans the perfect Valentine’s Day gift.
At 12 a.m. midnight on Friday, the singer, 25, dropped his 17-track fifth studio album Changes, his first new record since 2015’s Purpose.
In the weeks leading up to the release of Changes, Bieber rolled out his singles “Yummy,” “Get Me” featuring Kehlani and “Intentions” featuring Quavo. On the Feb. 8 episode of Saturday Night Live, Bieber performed “Yummy” and “Intentions” for the first time live on television.
Other collaborations on the new album include “Forever” with Post Malone and Clever, “Running Over” with Lil Dicky and “Second Emotion” with Travis Scott.
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In recent weeks, Bieber has also been letting fans into his world through his ongoing weekly YouTube docu-series, Justin Bieber: Seasons, which offers an intimate and unscripted look into his life and the recording of the album.
During the first episode of the series, Bieber’s longtime manager, Scooter Braun, details the moment when Bieber decided he “didn’t want to keep going” while on his “Purpose” world tour in 2017.
“He just wanted to get away and feel normal,” Braun says. “He just wanted a break from it all.”
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Ryan Good, Bieber’s friend and creative director/co-founder of his Drew House clothing line, then says a change happened in Bieber after he joined Ariana Grande on stage during her 2019 Coachella headlining performance.
“Justin was going back and forth whether it was the right time or not,” Good says. “I think Scooter was thinking …read more