In the lead-up to his highly-anticipated Justice album, Justin Bieber reveals what seems to be the next single from the project – “Hold On.”
On Monday, March 1st, the singer/songwriter posted a photo astride a black motorcycle at night. In the pic, a helmeted Bieber is decked out in a white hoodie, jacket, jeans and untied black boots on a mostly empty street with the title of the song scrawled in green letters. As if to confirm the next single from his forthcoming full length will be out Friday, the post reads, “Hold On. Friday.” Bieber shared a similar image on his Instagram stories, with the song title and “March 5” across the snap along with a link to the pre-save page for Justice.
Slated for a March 19th release, the collection will feature “Holy”, his collaboration with Chance the Rapper as well as the Benny Blanco collaborations “Lonely” and “Anyone,” each of which retain their Billboard 100 Top40 chart positions. “In a time when there’s so much wrong with this broken planet, we all crave healing — and justice — for humanity,” said Bieber in a statement announcing the album.
Justice is the follow-up to the singer’s Grammy-nominated 2020 album Changes.
Photo: Joe Bielawa