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Watch Justin Bieber Put an Electronic Spin on ‘Lonely’ for Spotify Livestream Concert
Justin Bieber performed his latest singles, including a special version of “Lonely,” during Spotify’s first-ever Stream On event Monday (Feb. 22).Bieber, whose more than 63 million monthly Spotify listeners make him the second-most streamed artist in the world, brought the bravado that earned him that kind of career milestone onto a dynamic stage. He found something “Holy” about a candlelit underground lounge for his first song with his band, before streaks of white light and embers illuminated a “Lonely” Bieber on what looked like a road straight through the middle of the desert.
Justin Bieber discusses love, marriage, and more in a new interview with SiriusXM’s "The Morning Mash Up".
The singer, who dropped his latest album Justice on Friday, says his wife inspired one of the songs: "Unstable".
"I think boundaries for me have been so pivotal in my growth as a human and just my nos being just as powerful as my yeses and knowing when to say no to certain things has been so helpful in my growth.
"Just, you know, 'Hey, I'm going to turn off at this time.' I'm not gonna make certain decisions past six o'clock... I'm just going to spend time with my wife, whether it's watching movies or whatever that looks like, but just prioritizing my family and prioritizing like, you know, I never had a consistent family life. It was kind of all over the place growing up. So finally having that predictability and reliability and someone who I love and trust has been so monumental."
Justin Bieber Robs a Bank and Goes on a High-Speed Police Chase in New 'Hold On' Music Video
The star released the music video for his new single, "Hold On," off of his upcoming album JusticeIn the opening sequence of his new "Hold On" music video released on Friday, the star, 27, can be seen racing through the streets on a motorcycle, with police on his tail.
Bieber talks about the change he underwent in terms of writing songs about a crush compared to writing songs about his wife.
He says, "It's definitely different from growing up and just wanting to make music because I really loved it.
"I was kinda thrown into the industry, but I made a decision to want to follow my dreams and at 13, 14 when I started, I didn't really know what love was, I didn't know who I was.
"And so I sang about what I thought it was, but, you know, as I grow up, love kind of takes new shapes and meanings and yeah, so it's definitely just a lot different."
Bieber also reveals which tattoo he'd get based off his favourite Justice track:
Justin Bieber Addresses Controversy Behind ‘MLK Interlude’ on ‘Justice’: ‘I Want to Keep Growing & Learning’ .
Justin Bieber spoke to the controversial addition of the “MLK Interlude” in his latest album Justice, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 this week. While announcing his sixth studio album in late February, the pop superstar made his intentions clear about why he wanted to deliver Justice and how he was playing “a small part” in discussing what justice looks like, especially in the year following the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and many more Black Americans that fueled nationwide protests and conversations about systemic racism.