Justin Bieber has been slaying it ever since he released his latest album Purpose.
While the pop star's hit song Sorry recently overtook Adele for the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 list, JB isn't slowing down as he just released ANOTHER new track!
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The Biebs' catchy new song, which didn't make it on his album, is titled I'll Be There — and quite honestly would have fit so well with the rest of Purpose we have NO IDEA why it isn't on the record!
Purpose 2.0 maybe??
But aside from the new track, there's more exciting news for Beliebers as some possible details have come out about Justin's upcoming tour!
According to reports, the show will open with a visual of the What Do You Mean singer falling from the sky which symbolizes the mistakes he's made over the past few years.
The screen will display:
"… abstract visuals of Justin falling through a dark, clouded atmosphere. He will be screaming, reaching and possibly passing through barriers as he descends into the dark unknown."
It's reported that during the fall, the 21-year-old will have an epiphany which will change his direction and shoot him up "gracefully and slowly toward the heavens."
That's when the singer makes his entrance on stage!
Pretty crazy right?! Kind of like the flying he did at the VMAs last year…
What do you think of Bieber's new track and the idea for his opening?!
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