Big news, Beliebers! Justin is getting ready to drop yet ANOTHER new song on Jan. 18, after releasing ‘I’ll Be There’ just three days before. And from the 45 seconds we can hear, it sounds amazing! Not to mention that he makes some possible Selena Gomez references. Listen here.
Guys, Justin Bieber, 21, already gifted us with a new song on Jan. 15, and just three days later on Jan. 18 he began teasing a second surprise jam! This one has a slow, soulful vibe, and some lyrics that make us think he’s missing Selena Gomez, 23. Check it out, here.
We can’t handle all of this excitement! Our little hearts were already on the brink of giving out after Justin dropped a surprise track called “I’ll Be There” on Jan. 15, and now he’s gone and done it again! We can’t hear the whole song yet, and there’s no name for it, but Justin started releasing 15 second snippets of the new slow jam on Instagram on Jan. 18, and from what we can hear, it’s going to be our new favorite. You can still buy Purpose RIGHT HERE on Amazon.
The song definitely has the same vibe of the slower songs on Purpose, which makes us think it was probably an extra that didn’t make the cut of the already 18-song album. It’s full of soul and features Justin’s beautiful vocals singing about getting through the hard times (like most of Purpose), but there’s a line in one of the clips that made our brains scream Selena: “Open your mind, wider thank the ocean, life is but a moment and every single time that you wanna give up, hold on tight to what you love, don’t let go.”
Is Justin trying to say that he never should have let go of his longtime girlfriend? This is just speculation, but after the release of “I’ll Be There” it seems like he still has some unresolved feelings for Selly. That track also feels very nostalgic, saying “I was thinking about way back, when we used to say that, I was yours, you were mine.” Justin may be with Hailey Baldwin now, but it seems like he can’t quite get over his first love. So sweet.
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