Justin Bieber announces new album 'Changes,' shares track with fans

By Zach Harper

Justin Bieber announces new album 'Changes,' shares track with fans


Justin Bieber has a special Valentine's Day present for his fans! The Canadian superstar is set to release new album Changes on Feb. 14, and he's previewed his fifth studio album with a new track!

The pop singer announced his big news on Jan. 28, giving Beliebers a sample of the record with new track "Get Me," which features former Poplyfe member Kehlani.

Justin has also announced he'll be heading back out on the road on a major tour to promote Changes, which is his first album since 2015's Purpose. Tickets for the tour go on sale the same day the album is released, and it will launch in Seattle. Canadian fans can see their boy in Toronto, Quebec City and Ottawa so far. Kehlani and Jaden Smith will open all dates.

You can see a full list of Justin's tour dates on his website.

Justin's announcement comes the same week as his new YouTube series, Justin Bieber: Seasons. He steped out to the premiere with Hailey Bieber, his wife, on Jan. 27, and the two looked more loved-up than ever on the red carpet.

We imagine Hailey has been a huge source of love and support for Justin as he has battled Lyme disease. Photo: © Jean Baptiste Lacroix/FilmMagic

In the series, Justin talks about dealing with the break from music he took in 2019, getting married and battling Lyme disease. Earlier this month, the GRAMMY winner revealed he had been diagnosed with the illness, along with chronic mononucleosis.

"It's been a rough couple years, but [I'm] getting the right treatment that will help treat this so far incurable disease and I will be back and better than ever," he wrote on his Instagram.

He received huge support from his fans and other Canadian stars who've battled the illness, including Avril Lavigne.

"There are too many people that have this debilitating disease!" she wrote on her own Instagram. "People I love and cares bout and many friends and fans I have crossed paths with.

"To everyone affected by Lyme, I want to tell you there is HOPE. Because Lyme is a daily struggle, for the better part of two years, I was really sick and fighting for my life. Writing #HeadAboveWater helped me get through the worst of it, but the bad days still come and go.

"At the time, putting together my album saved my life. I needed to tell my story and to be able to share my experiences with others."

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