Listen to a sample of Justin Bieber's new music.
Justin Bieber's new material is far different than what he previously recorded because he's in a better place ("My whole direction has changed. What you are thinking about all the time is what you write, and now that I'm thinking about more positive things, it completely changes my music. I had to re-do my whole [new] album.") The egg slinging, high-tailing, Selena Gomez destroying pop star became more famous for his antics than his music, leaving the Biebs in a crossroads - continue down the ugly path and face irreparable damage to his then downward spiraling career, or save face, apologize and brighten up his upcoming catalogue of music to reflect said changes. Well, the hard work and calculated PR campaign has done the trick - his collaboration with Skrillex & Diplo on "Where Are Ü Now" might be one of the best songs in 2015, and it appears his other music in the works for the impending album dropping in 2016 is just as promising.
Over the weekend, one of Bieber's friends/ aspiring singer, Khalil, leaked a clip of JB singing with R&B singer Kehlani. A frantic storm of speculation began to swirl amongst the Beliebers if the singer in question is indeed Bieber alongside Kehlani, who later (sort of) confirmed her presence on it. She Tweeted, "yes, that's my voice."
In the short clips, Justin croons "baby there's a future, such a great future." We don't know if he's referring to his newfound come to Jesus awakening he's publicly promoting via social media, but we're cool with it either way.
Vindicate me, my god, and plead my cause against an unfaithful nation. Rescue me from those who are deceitful and wicked. - Psalms 43 I'm not religious nor do i think I have ANYTHING figured out that's why I call out on God to help me through what I can't do on my own. Developing my relationship with God has been the coolest thing I've experienced, to know that I'm not alone and I don't have to live in fear. Never feel like I'm pushing anything on u but sharing the good news I've felt in my own life.
Listen to the new clips before they're inevitably pulled from the Internet: