Prepare yourselves guys because after three long years without a new Justin Bieber album, the singer has finally announced his upcoming LP! That’s right, you heard us correctly, the JB drought is finally over. And guess what? Not only did The Biebs announce that he’s dropping his fifth studio album, but he also gave us the release date and it’s even sooner than we all thought!
Drum roll please… Justin will be releasing a compilation album called “The Best” in honor of his 10 year anniversary in the music industry. And we won’t have to wait too long for the album because it’ll hit stands on Feb. 27, 2019! That’s only a month a way! OMG. Universal Music Group Japan confirmed the news in an Instagram post on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019, and we’re freaking out.
For those of you that don’t know, a compilation album is basically an album made up of a singer’s greatest hits. So that means it’ll probably be filled with all of our favorite songs, like “Boyfriend,” “Love Yourself,” and of course the classic “Baby” for example. But we’re praying that the album also has a few new songs on there, especially because Justin has been teasing his new tunes for a while now.
As J-14 readers know, after the singer married Hailey Baldwin, rumors started spreading that music was the last thing on his mind. But not only did he quickly shut these down, but he sent Twitter into a total frenzy with his response. The 25-year-old posted a video of a young girl freaking out over the speculation, writing, “Don’t believe everything you read sweet little girl, you will hear something from me sooner than you think.”
Not to mention, his manager Scooter Braun got us even more excited when he posted a super mysterious tweet at the beginning of the month. “JB5!?!?” the 37-year-old, who also manages Ariana Grande, wrote in a now deleted tweet.
With his album coming and the launch of Justin’s new clothing line, 2019 is truly going to be his year. We cannot wait.
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