Justin Bieber Announces Special Intimate London Fan Show Plus New Single ‘Intentions’ Featuring Quavo Released Tomorrow. New Album Out February 14

Superstar Justin Bieber has announced an exclusive fan event in London to celebrate the release of his 5th studio album “Changes” – released via Def Jam / Virgin EMI Records on 14th February 2020.

He has also confirmed that new single “Intentions” featuring Quavo will be released tomorrow (Friday February 7th).

The one off event will be held at London’s Indigo at The O2 on 11th February and is an evening with Justin featuring acoustic song performances and Q&A.

Fans can get exclusive access to be in with a chance to buy tickets to the event by pre-ordering the new album from his official store before 4PM GMT on Saturday 8th February.

Tickets go on sale via AXS on Monday 10th February at 9AM GMT.

More details can be found on his official store here.

CHANGES – already receiving early buzz as “futuristic R&B/pop,” “trap-soul jams,” and “a new vocal plateau” – is available now for pre-order/presave with the new track “Get Me” featuring Kehlani,and will be released to all DSP partners on February 14th.

In step with the premiere of the “Justin Bieber: Seasons” YouTube Originals docuseries (which set a new record as the most watched first week premiere on the YouTube Originals platform, with 32.65 million views of Episode 1 alone), Justin is once again ruling the airwaves and dominating the charts. He made radio history when his new single “Yummy” netted the highest number of official adds ever in a debut week. The track has now surged to over 300 million streams globally.

Over the course of his career, Bieber has amassed over 50 billion streams and over 60 million album equivalent sales worldwide. Justin’s Grammy Award®–winning 2015 album Purpose has sold over 21 million copies worldwide. The Purpose Tour sold out 64 U.S. and 52 international tour dates, thrilling fans around the world with Justin’s dynamic, must-see live performance.

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