Justin Bieber Releases Surprise EP 2 Weeks After “Justice”
Justin Bieber released a new album on Easter, shortly after his “Justice” album that was released on March 19. Bieber surprised fans with another album by tweeting and posting on Instagram a screenshot from his note’s app saying, “Freedom,” and captioned it “Freedom on all platforms.” The gospel EP contains six songs: “Freedom” featuring Beam, “All She Wrote” (featuring Brandon Love and Chandler Moore), “We’re in This Together,” “Where You Go I Follow” (featuring Pink Sweats, Chandler Moore and Judah Smith), “Where Do I Fit In” (featuring Tori Kelly, Chandler Moore, and Judah Smith) and “Afraid to Say” (featuring Lauren Walters).
Bieber's album “Justice” topped the Billboard 200 chart, and the track “Peaches” made the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This success made Bieber the first artist to rule all three major charts since Ariana Grande last October. The LP follows his 2020 album Changes. Bieber’s goal for this album was to make music that will provide comfort and relatability to people. He feels that during these hard times music can allow people to feel more connected to one another and feel less alone. He said, “In a time when there’s so much wrong with this broken planet, we all crave healing, and justice for humanity.” While he knows he cannot simply solve injustice just by making music, this album is him doing his part to continue the conversation of what justice looks like. Stream “Justice” and “Freedom” on all platforms.