East Justin Bieber It wasn’t the Justin Bieber we met. Actually the Justin Bieber we met wasn’t even the Justin Bieber we discovered with Baby and who became the biggest teen star of all time. After a very controversial stage, the Canadian has found tranquility in his life by settling down with Hailey Baldwin. Changes was the test. Justice confirmation and Freedom the icing on the cake.
The soloist is in one of the most prolific moments of his career and has just launched his third musical project in just a year. After the declaration of love that it meant Changes and of redemption with your past self that we find in Justice, now it is the turn of an EP called Freedom in which he explores gospel, hip hop and contemporary rhythm and blues.
If just a couple of weeks ago the Canadian musician added new songs and collaborations to Justice for its deluxe edition, more unreleased material from Justin Bieber has seen the light. Specifically six new songs totally by surprise that he confirmed through his social networks.
The soloist has the collaboration of artists such as Tori Kelly, Brandon Love, Chandler Moore, Lauren Walters and Judah Smith. With some of them he has already collaborated on that luxury edition of Justice, an especially important album in his life as he himself explained.
“I know that I cannot solve injustice simply by making music, but I know that if we all do our part by using our gifts to serve this planet and others, we will be much closer to being united. This is my two cents. My part. I want to continue the conversation about what justice is like so that we can continue to heal “confessed Justin.
These six new songs are added to one of the most creative compositional processes of the interpreter’s musical career, which lasted 5 years, from Purpose (2015) without releasing any disc.
This is the song list of Freedom
- All she wrote (ft. Brandon Love and Chandler Moore)
- We’re in this together
- Where you go I follow (ft. Pink Sweats, Chanlder Moore and Judah Smith)
- Where do I fit in (ft. Tori Kelly, Chandler Moore and Judah Smith)
- Afraid to say (ft. Lauren Walters)