It has been 3 years since baby-faced Canadian pop artiste Justin Bieber released a full studio album. And after all that he has been through in recent times, it’s perfectly natural for him to be nervous about his upcoming new single, “What Do You Mean“.

Talking to Ryan Seacrest about his new music, the singer said:

I want it to work so badly. I had a rough week last week. I just get up in my head. I don’t want to get out of bed sometimes.


During the interview, Justin also announced that he would not only be releasing “What Do You Mean” on 28th August, but also that his new album was in a similar vein to his track, “Where Are U Now?“, which he made with Jack Ü duo Skrillex and Diplo.


This means that he has probably been getting some production help from Skrillex for the upcoming new release!

In fact, Justin gushed:

Skrillex is a genius, he’s super-futuristic and I just love his sound, so being able to incorporate that sound with what I’m doing has been super-cool because it’s new and fresh and I feel like no one’s done it before. I’m very excited. It’s stressful but I’m ready.

He’s right, though. His new album could be a refreshing change to the kind of music that he had previously released. And Beliebers have definitely waited a long, long time for new Justin Bieber material, considering the fact that his last album, “Believe”, was in 2012. Technically, there was also the release of 2013’s “Journals” – but that’s officially listed as a compilation album.

But just to give you an idea on what to expect, check out Jack Ü and Justin’s collaboration, “Where Are Ü Now”:


Sources: BBC, Your EDM.

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