When J-14 received an invitation to listen to Justin Bieber's new album Believe one full week before it drops on June 19, we couldn't believe our luck! The first four songs that Justin has released -- "As Long As You Love Me," "Die In Your Arms," "All Around the World," and of course, "Boyfriend" -- are amazing so we couldn't wait to see what else Justin had in store for us!
Although Justin couldn't be there himself, his manager Scooter Braun did fly to New York to talk to us about the new album -- and Justin's inspiration behind one really special song: "Fall."
"The song was inspired by the movie, A Walk to Remember," Scooter tells J-14. "Justin had this idea that he would be singing to a girl and see her run away through a window. Then, you see all the hospital scenes -- and then it would be Justin singing in a field. Only at the end of the song, he'd look down, and you'd realize it was her grave." Scooter even told us that when Justin was recording the song, he got choked up towards the end because he was thinking about all of this -- and that if you listen closely, you can hear it in his voice at the end of the track.
While all of the songs on Believe are amazing, "Fall" really stood out -- not just because of the emotional story behind it, but also because of Justin's amazing vocals on the sweet ballad!
Are you excited for Justin Bieber's new album, 'Believe', to hit stores on June 19? Which song is your favorite of the four that he's released so far?
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