Justin Bieber is back with a bang. After a long wait, he gave his fans a superb gift for the New Year. He thanked his fans for their continuous support in his bad phase and also announced a 2020 tour along with a 10-part documentary series which will premiere on YouTube on Jan. 27.
Moreover, he dropped his upcoming album’s lead single, “Yummy,” at midnight. It was the first glimpse of his new sound and it became viral in no time. The lyrics are dedicated to his wife Hailey Baldwin and his love for her. “Yeah, you got that yummy-yum,” he said before adding, “And you stay flexin’ on me.”
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Justin Bieber’s album although doesn’t decide the release date yet. It will be his first solo project since Purpose which came way back in 2015. In his break, he made some collaboration and joined hands in a number of songs which included BloodPop’s “Friends,” DJ Khaled’s “No Brainer,” Ed Sheeran’s “I Don’t Care,” Dan + Shay’s “10,000 Hours” and a guest verse on Billie Eilish’s “bad guy.”
However, earlier this month, a source told E! that his new song would be something personal, so the tribute to Baldwin is no surprise at all for his fans.
“There were a lot of dark times and the breakdown he went through,” the source added. “He touches on his mental health struggles and how he got through it.”
The source further shared that his music would express how Baldwin helped him through his rough patch. He also shares a lot about their love and the power of their love which is different than anything else he has experienced.
“He’s doing what he does best and everyone is really looking forward to getting it out there for the world to enjoy,” the source said.
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