Justin Bieber has hinted that the longawaited first taste of the new album he announced in April might soon be here.
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In a message posted to announce that he has joined Chinese social network Weibo, the singer seemed to indicate new solo material.
“For all my fans in China I just wanted to say that I am super excited to be on Weibo. Look forward to sharing more. Some good music coming.”
For all my fans in China I just wanted to say that I am super excited to be on Weibo. Look forward to sharing more. Some good music coming. pic.twitter.com/eTVXnKqyrJ
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) July 24, 2019
Bieber first announced his new album in April when he appeared onstage with Ariana Grande at Coachella. Since then there’s been no update on a release date, or any music from what would be his fifth full length record.
The Canadian pop star’s last full-length, ‘Purpose’, was released back in 2015. In our NME review of the LP – which spawned the hit singles ‘Sorry’, ‘What Do You Mean?’, and ‘Love Yourself’ – we wrote: “It’s not quite redemption – only time will tell if he’ll curb the recklessness – but it’s certainly a start at reinvention.”
Addressing Trump in a tweet, the pop star said that he appreciated the president’s offer to help Rocky. He then asked if he could “let those kids out of cages,” referring to a large number of migrant children being held in custody in cage-like structures by the U.S. government.