Canadian Singer Justin Bieber releases his album ‘Justice’


The Canadian Singer-copywriter Justin Bieber has finally released his sixth album titled, ‘Justice’. The singer created the album during the pandemic.

Recently, he shared a photo on social media showing a board with note cards pinned to it, as he was unveiling the final tracklist of his album ‘Justice’. The lineup includes already released singles like ‘Hold On’, ‘Holy’, ‘Lonely’ and ‘Anyone’. 


In one of his recent interviews with Fox news, the singer said, “I know a lot of people have been isolated, but music is really an outlet to bring people together. I named it ‘Justice’ because there’s so much injustice in this world and there has been since the beginning of time… My name Justin actually means justice. I am really honored to play a small part and be able to make music that inspires and can uplift people in this time”. 

He also mentioned that one of his songs ‘Die For You’ opens with a part of a speech that Dr. Martin Luther King Junior gave in 1957. He wanted his album to address the Black Lives Matter Movement. As I belong to Canada, it is a part of my culture… this speech was actually during the time when he had a feeling that he was going to die for the cause,and what he was standing up against was ultimately racism and division.

Fans of the singer reacted to the album and praised the singer. One of the fan wrote, “I got 99 problems and Justin Bieber’s new album #Justice just solved all of them”.

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