Could new Justin Bieber music be right around the corner? The superstar took to social media on Friday (December 20th) to potentially tease a release date for his long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s Universal Music-released Purpose.
“December 24, December 31, January 3 …” he captioned a cryptic Instagram post of the year 2020 spelled out on a black background. While that is the only content of the transmission, the Canadian native is possibly hinting that new music could drop as a Christmas present, on New Years Eve or even as one of the first releases of the decade on January 3rd.
Back in October, Bieber declared he was “putting out an album this year” via Instagram Live, and even went as far as to promise fans the LP would arrive before Christmas in a now-removed post that received 20 million likes. Whenever the project arrives, it will be the singer’s follow-up to recent collaborations with the likes of Dan + Shay (“10,000 Hours), Billie Eilish (“Bad Guy”) and Ed Sheeran (“I Don’t Care”). Stay tuned for more regarding this new material.