What’s that? You can’t stop yourselves from listening to Justin Bieber‘s latest album, “Purpose”? Neither can we.

You already know that “Purpose” consists of 18 tracks, but it seems like he was actually planning to include more songs in the album. Over the weekend, the Canadian pop superstar surprised his fans by dropping a new unreleased song, “I’ll Be There”.

Source: Kiss FM UK.
Source: Kiss FM UK.

Details regarding the track are scarce as it is unclear whether the song was intended to be included in “Purpose”, which featured some of his latest hits such as “Where Are U Now”, “What Do You Mean”, “Sorry”, and “Love Yourself”.


The song was posted to his official Vevo account without much promo or fanfare, but it would have fit into his album well due to its electronic-meets-R&B style. The singer also showed off his rapping talent in the song, with lyrics like “I’ll be there for you, even though I’m gone/ Holding you close babe, close to my heart”.

Listen to Justin Bieber’s “I’ll Be There” below:

“Purpose” bowed at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and the song “Sorry” also overtook Adele’s “Hello” for the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 list. The album also sold over a million copies in December 2015.

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Sources: Billboard, EW.

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