Beliebers are definitely feeling Justin Bieber, especially after the new preview for his upcoming album, ‘Purpose.’ Justin shared a video on Nov. 6 that featured both mysterious woodland supermodels and his brand new song, ‘The Feeling.’ Click to watch!
Deep within a dark, smokey forest lies a tribe of fashionably dressed women, Justin Bieber, 21, and a piano. No, it’s not a fever dream brought on by listening to “Sorry” on repeat — it’s the latest preview for Justin’s forthcoming album, Purpose. In a video hyping up his new record, Justin gave his fans a taste of his new song, “The Feeling,” featuring Halsey, 21.
In the teaser posted by Biebs on Nov. 6, three silent, scantily clad women are hiding deep within an almost-Amazonian forest (sorta like Duran Duran’s “Hungry Like The Wolf.”) Who are these women and what do those mysterious markings mean? What are they doing while standing in the river? Why are they wearing such fashion forward sportswear? Questions like these may never be answered.
Or, perhaps Justin knows? He shows up wandering alone, looking as confused as anyone would be. Suddenly, the three mystery women come out of the woods to confront Biebs, though not a single word is spoken. Instead, Justin is led past a rusty gate towards a grand piano that happens to be sitting there out in the wilderness. Right before Justin sits down to either play a tune or uncover the reason behind these feral supermodels, the video cuts out.
However, throughout the teaser for Justin’s Purpose, his song “The Feeling” plays and Halsey’s voice is heard in the final seconds of the video. If fans weren’t hyped for his new record now, they’re certainly excited for its Nov. 13 release date.
Justin is going all out in celebrating the lead-up to his new music. Justin stripped down to his underwear for the video for “I’ll Show You,” definitely showing his fans what comes between him and his Calvins. He also released a sexy Latin remix of his song, “Sorry,” featuring J. Balvin. On top of all the songs Justin has dropped, there are plenty more on Purpose – a total of 19 tracks in all!
What do you think of Justin’s new teaser, HollywoodLifers? Do you think it contains scenes from his next music video?
— Jason Brow