Justin Bieber Unveils ‘Purpose’ Songs via Graffiti

29 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Justin Bieber And Halsey Announce What We Knew All Along.

Justin Bieber has made quite the musical comeback recently, transitioning from teen heartthrob to fully fledged popstar in what seems like the blink of an eye. The singer announced on Wednesday (Oct. 28) that she’ll be guesting on Bieber’s upcoming Purpose, out Nov. 13, for a song called “The Feeling.” As revealed by the album credits, which were made available when the LP went up for presale, other people listed on the album include Nas, Travis Scott and Ed Sheeran. But the development of his style and sound hasn’t been easy, as he uses Justin Timberlake’s career as a perfect example to explain how he wants to be taken seriously. “Look at Justin Timberlake. Halsey and Biebs’ manager Scooter Braun pretty much gave away the news last week on Twitter, when he suggested that fans wanted a duet between the two singers.

It was for teenagers,” Bieber explained to Grimmy on Radio 1 recently. “And I feel when he transitioned and started making ‘Sexy Back’ and stuff, he really found something that was unique to what he was feeling and what he wanted to do. So I think it takes time as an artist to develop your style and develop what you like and what you don’t like.” “I can’t say I would be upset when someone compares me to him — I just feel like my music is going a completely different route.

Ashley F covered “What Do You Mean” and mashed it up with The Weeknd’s “Often.” When MTV tweeted about the cover, Bieber hopped on it: To make everything better, we got a good laugh when Hals posted an outtake from her announcement. “When ur making a video for @justinbieber and u get nervous and mess everything up,” she wrote on Instagram. “#TheFeeling Preorder #purpose y’allllllllll”

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