Justin Bieber I wear “Justice” to Paris and Beliebers can relive it through YouTube.
The 15-minute virtual concert, which included five tracks, four of which were live debuts, took place from the Hôtel De Crillon with an accompanying band.
The video was directed by David Ctiborsky and in it Justin is seen singing with the Eiffel Tower background, as well as in the hotel corridors.
The songs he performed were “Hold on“,”Somebody“,”Unstable“,”Off my face” and “2 much”.
It was followed by a post-party livestream, where Bieber talked about how the Parisian set had been on his to-do list for quite some time.
As for how the idea was conceptualized, Justin teamed up with show director Nick Demoura, who helped bring his vision to life. Two days before, Justin and company were informed of the concert and made progress with the logistics.
“For me, Paris has been one of my favorite places,” he said during the chat with Demoura. “We have not had the opportunity to travel. My wife was going to Paris for some kind of concert. I think he was doing a magazine. I always wanted to do something together with a view of the Eiffel Tower ”.
“Justice” was released in mid-March, which was followed by the deluxe edition of the LP titled “Justice (Triple Chucks Deluxe)”.
The set featured a number of new collaborations, including “Know no better” with DaBaby, “There she go” with Lil Uzi Vert, “I can’t be myself” with Jaden Smith, “Wish you would” with Quavo, “Name” featuring Tori Kelly, as well as a solo track called “Lifetime.”
The guest collection later followed with a surprise EP by gospel of six songs called “Freedom” which was released on Easter.
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Text: James Dinh