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Monday, September 14, 2020

Justin Bieber Might Be Releasing New Music Next Week, Hints Towards New Era.

It appears as if the singer is onto something, most probably some new music is going to be coming from him next week.

A countdown was launched by the megastar on Twitter on September 11, with the caption “ONE WEEK”. Later on September 12, the singer tweeted again captioning “Six Days” and also shared a link on his Twitter handle where the fans can pre-save an upcoming music from the star through streaming services.

While Beliebers, Justin’s fans were still speculating if the upcoming music would be just a solo single or the start of a whole new album, Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun shared the singer’s tweet, ironically adding the hashtag “#newerabegins” followed by question marks which has made fans pretty sure that a whole new album might be on its way.

If an album comes out by the singer, it will be his sixth studio album. His last album was Changes that was released back in February which was reviewed at a two-star ranking by Hannah Mylrea from NME who stated that the album was an unsatisfactory comeback considering it came from an artist who has a history of setting records for uncountable hits. However, quite contrary to this review, Changes have successfully gathered around 4.3 ratings and almost 83% of people have liked the album so far. In fact, this album has made Bieber the youngest solo artist who has seven NO.1 albums. Previously, his five studio albums, along with Never Say Never: The Remixes and Believe Acoustic has topped the Billboard 200 chart. Formerly, the title belonged to Elvis Presley. With selling 231,000 units in the first week, Changes had the third-best sales for the first week, first and second being Halsey’s Manic and Eminem’s Music to Be Murdered By respectively.

One of the most loved songs from the album was the single named Yummy. It had about 55 million Spotify and 80 million YouTube streams yet it failed to top the Billboard meanwhile The Boxby Roddy Richie claimed the spot. The single was hugely criticized by many critics and it even caused Bieber to face some backlash after he seemingly tried to teach his fans on how to game the Billboard charts.

Justin Bieber has recently rescheduled dates for his North American tour for his album Changes due to the global pandemic caused by Covid-19.

The Canadian heartthrob’s tour was previously set to start from May but got postponed because of the current Coronavirus Crisis. The tour has now been rearranged to begin on 2nd June, 2021 at Pechanga Arena, in San Diego.

Justin Bieber also made a cameo appearance in Drake’s and DJ Khaled’s new pop song called “POPSTART” official music video.

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