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Stream: Justin Bieber’s new album Purpose

The pop singer's fourth LP includes collaborations with Nas, Skrillex, and Diplo

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Today, Justin Bieber releases his new album, Purpose. Spotify users can stream it below. It’s also available through Apple Music.

His fourth studio album follows 2012’s Believe and marks a new direction for the pop star, one marked by more minimalist, electronic music-leaning arrangements. His evolved sound can be heard on the LP’s singles, including smash hit “Where R Ü Now”, featuring Skrillex and Diplo, aka Jack Ü, the downtempo “What Do You Mean?”, and the tropical house of “Sorry”, co-produced by Skrillex.

Purpose also features the Halsey-aided “The Feeling” and “Love Yourself”, an introspective number co-written by Ed Sheeran, as well as collaborations with Big Sean, Travi$ Scott, and Nas. Bieber’s “Hotline Bling” cover doesn’t appear, though, nor does his sultry team-up with former (?) love interest Selena Gomez, “Strong”.

Purchase the album here.

Purpose Tracklist:
01. Mark My Words
02. I’ll Show You
03. What Do You Mean?
04. Sorry
05. Love Yourself
06. Company
07. No Pressure (feat. Big Sean)
08. No Sense (feat. Travi$ Scott)
09. The Feeling (feat. Halsey)
10. Life Is Worth Living
11. Where Are Ü Now (feat. Skrillex and Diplo)
12. Children
13. Purpose
14. Been You
15. Get Used To Me
16. We Are (feat. Nas)
17. Trust
18. All In It

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