After the release of Justin Bieber’s not-so-successful album “Changes” in 2020, he’s back with a new album “Justice” hoping to get back the place in his fans’ hearts. It has been quite some time since the last release and his fans were eager for the release of the new album. This is his sixth studio album and he is quite hopeful of this one getting some attention from fans and critics.
Lately, the actor had been dealing with a lot of “deep-rooted issues”. The new album is not a comeback for his music career but a fightback to the mental suffering he had been going through so far. It is evident to anyone who goes through the lyrics.
As stated by the singer on his Instagram, “Justice” was his effort to bring healing and comfort to the world which has been broken by suffering. It shows his maturity as a human being and gives his fans the message that he is no longer the immature, unstable singer that he was known as.
While the success of this album is yet to be seen, it is obvious that this album is his attempt at reclaiming his peace and comfort. The album has been recorded during the lockdown and Bieber states that this was the first time in his life where he has actually enjoyed the process of releasing an album.
In one of the singles, Bieber seems to portray himself as an example of how people can change for the better. He tries to portray the message that staying strong despite adversities is the way to go for humans.
For those who follow Justin on social media, his shift in priorities is quite noticeable. He openly talks about his mental health and reflects on his past mistakes. It is clear that Bieber has grown up. However, the lyrics of the song do seem to be cheesy. It is only time that will decide if his fans are going to accept his new album or give it the same response as the previous album.
Some of his fans took to Twitter to show the excitement and share the love for the singer. One fan wrote, “Very much in love with Justin Bieber’s new album…no complaints.” Another added, “I got 99 problems and Justin Bieber’s new album #justice just solved all of them.”