The pop star shares some visuals for his latest hit
Justin Bieber has released a music video for his latest single ‘Company’.
Directed by his personal videographer Rory Kramer, the video compiles footage of the pop star filmed in the past year. Bieber can be seen recording in the studio, performing on his ‘Purpose’ world tour, messing around on his tour bus and also just sleeping a lot in the 3-minute long clip.
Bieber had this to say about the video: “Personally, I love this video because it’s an honest look at my journey. The process of putting together this album and this tour – surrounded by people I love to be with – has been really special. I’m proud of it, it’s been a lot of fun and lot of hard work, and I think that really shows in video. I hope my fans like it as I much as I do, because it’s really all for you.”
Bieber is currently on the American leg of his world tour, finishing up in July, with two nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The pop star has recently been enlisted by Drake to remix his hit single ‘One Dance’. The track was premiered last week at an exclusive party in Monaco, with footage of it leaking online shortly after.
Meanwhile, Bieber is embroiled in a legal battle over his hit single ‘Sorry’ over a alleged unauthorised sample. Casey Dienel, who records as White Hinterland, is suing Bieber, as well as others who worked on the track such as Skrillex, for allegedly lifting the main vocal riff from her 2014 song ‘Ring the Bell’.
Last month, Bieber blasted award shows for their “fakeness”. The singer won two awards at the Billboard Music Awards in the US.