Even though it feels like we've been waiting for ages for Justin Bieber's new music, it sounds like it will all be worth it! Choreographer Nick DeMoura, who recently released a revolutionary video-editing app called Tape, has already heard the singer's new stuff and EXCLUSIVELY tells us that we have a lot to look forward to.
"Yeah, he plays [his new stuff] for me all the time. I can’t really talk about who’s on it with him, but it’s amazing. I think the world is really going to enjoy his next album for sure. Even people who are not his fans are going to have to be his fans. The music is too good," he told us.
"With this whole 'Where Are Ü Now' song, he’s opened up [to] a whole other group, an older generation has been like, 'Oh yeah, that song is dope.' I think his next album is definitely going to do that even more."
While he can't tell us when Justin's fourth full-length album will be out, Nick says that the singer is always in the studio. And even though he definitely has enough material to make an album, he's really just focused on making the best record that he can.
"I don’t think it’s done. He’s never done. He’s always in the studio. I don’t know how he’s going to pick this album. He probably has like 2,000 songs. That’s a little exaggeration. But he has a lot of songs recorded. He just doesn’t stop recording, so if something comes out that he loves, I’m sure they might add it in," Nick revealed.
The pop star has recently been spotted hitting up the studio late at night, and now we know that he's working to make his album the best that it can be.
Since it's been over three years since Justin's last record, Believe, was released, we're super-excited for his new stuff. He's teased that he's writing a lot about his personal experiences, so we have a lot to look forward to. The Calvin Klein model has been through so much over the last few years!
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