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Justin Bieber Releases A New Song Next Week

HELLO BELIEBERS, get ready for a new work from Justin Bieber. The Canadian musician and singer has given his clue that he will release new music next week. He uploaded a mysterious tweet that made fans full of puzzles. Beliebers suspect that their idol will release a new song or album in the near future.

The singer of the song Intention hinted at this through a countdown starting Friday (11/9). He then added a link to the jbsoon.com page. The page allows fans to save Bieber’s upcoming song “One week,” Bieber said in the upload.

As fans speculated about the new music, Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, caught up with curiosity. He shared the singer’s tweet by adding a hashtag. #newerabegins. In less than 2 hours, Bieber’s tweet received nearly 82,000 likes and 15,000 retweets. Fans were desperately trying to find out what was going on.

Some fans even thought without clear evidence that Selena Gomez’s ex-lover might be collaborating Because, Bieber recently talked about the idol group from South Korea.

Citing the Billboard page, Bieber’s spokesman has not replied to requests for comment to the press. Bieber can be said to be quite busy during the quarantine period of COVID-19. He did a cover for the song K-Ci and Jojo, All My Life, to re-teamed with Jaden Smith for Falling for You.

last month, peng are fond of thinking a dream collaboration might be in the works with Shawn Mendes. The speculation arose when Braun uploaded a video of the duo with Tori Kelly. Not only that, he also appeared to replace Drake in DJ Khaled’s latest music video titled Popstar.

Bieber also created a series Biebers on Watch with his wife, Hailey Bieber, for Facebook Watch. He also released more than two dozen videos to promote his latest album, Changes.

After the COVID-19 pandemic has subsided, Bieber will hold a concert titled Changes to North America in 2021. Initially, the tour was planned for May 2020. However, plans had to be postponed for more than a year.