Entertainment Celebs React to Rege-Jean Page's ‘Bridgerton’ Exit: 'I'm Not Well'
Regé-Jean Page confides in his new notoriety
© Rosalind O'Connor / NBC / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Regé-Jean Page confides in his new notoriety Side series, the end of the year 2020 has was marked by the immense success of " The Chronicle of Bridgerton " broadcast on Netflix. Almost 82 million viewers around the world had fallen in love with the romance between Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Bassets. A success that has definitely exploded the career of the one who plays the Duke of Hastings, Regé-Jean Page.
is channeling his spirituality through song.
On Sunday, the 27-year-old singer — who is an avid follower of— surprised fans with a six-track EP Freedom. filled with afrobeat, rap and gospel lyrics and prayer. The project is the quick followup to his recently released album .
"Freedom on all platforms," Bieber tweeted with the Notes app screenshot, which serves as the EP's cover art.
Freedom on all platforms— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber)
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The EP opens with the self-titled, afrobeat-filled track featuring BEAM. "We in search of living water / Too blind to see the Messiah / Are you weary? Are you tired? / Runnin' on empty, feelin' the fire," he sings. On both "All She Wrote" and "We're In This Together," the singer raps about fame and "needing saving." The latter track ends with a prayer for those listening and their families.
"I had to grow up and accept responsibility, yeah / That wasn't easy, 'cause at 17, I had a milli' / Women throwin' themselves at me had me goin' silly," he raps on "We're In This Together." "On the surface, I felt like the man / But deep inside I felt deprivеd just like an empty can."
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On track "Where You Go, I Follow," he sings about the resurrection of Jesus Christ, before being joined by's soothing vocals on "Where Do I Fit In."
"So happy to be a part of this project," Kelly — who dropped her own gospel record Hiding Place in 2018 —. "i love getting to sing about Jesus & his unconditional love for all of us. He is risen!! happy easter everyone."
The final track takes a more guitar-focused turn as he sings about cancel culture and growth.
"What have we done with society? / When everybody's getting canceled," he sings on "Afraid to Say. "And can't there be room for maturity? / 'Cause writing 'em off is not the answer."
Freedom. is out now.
Bridgerton's Adjoa Andoh Explains How Regé-Jean Page's Exit Makes Sense for the Show's Arc .
Regé-Jean Page's exit from Bridgerton was announced on April 2During an appearance on E!'s Daily Pop on Thursday, Andoh opened up about what fans can expect from the popular period drama's sophomore outing following Page's departure.