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[AUDIO] A new song for Justin Bieber

18 August 2017, 12:19 | Mandy Simon

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The lyrics cover familiar post-breakup "can we still be friends?" fare but the song hews new sonic ground for Bieber, with a pulsating dancefloor-friendly bassline and an electronic cackle of a chorus hook. "'Friends" is a collaboration with BloodPop (a.k.a Michael Tucker), and it did not disappoint.

Reminiscent of his hit song "Sorry" and collaboration with Jack Ü, "Where Are Ü Now" - "Friends" also plays on chopped up, echoing vocals, but this time goes even deeper with a pulsing dance beat and purring bass line.

As of now, there's no word of when Bieber plans to follow-up objective with a fifth new album. It is yet unknown whether the track is a standalone single or the first offering from the singer's fifth studio album.

So, can we still be friends?


Pop superstar Justin Bieber teased out the release of his new song after announcing its Thursday release on Monday.

In 2013, Bieber received a Diamond award from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) to recognize his single "Baby" as the best-selling digital song of all-time with over 10 million copies sold. Additionally, Bieber was featured in DJ Khaled's single, "I'm the One".

Justin Bieber's brand new single has finally arrived! The singer also cancelled the remaining dates of his global Purpose Tour to focus on his "soul and well-being"-another indicator of music to come".

"Me taking this time right now is me saying I want to be SUSTAINABLE". Stay tuned with SD Entertainer.



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