After a four-year pause, Justin Bieber released a new album – “Changes”. With this new work, he emphasizes his new life as a grown man. In 2018 he married Hailey Baldwin, now Hailey Bieber, Stephen Baldwin’s daughter. In a docuseries on YouTube, he talks about his drug addiction problems, which started when he was just 13 and by the time he was in his 20s, he was on pills. Bieber collaborated with Poo Bear and Josh Gudwin on “Changes”. 16 songs are believed to be very similar to each other and do not stand out in any way. In the song, “Seasons” Hailey’s persona is only explained through what she can do for Justin. His manager Scooter Braun says: “She loves her man… She’s so caring, so giving, so loyal”. Patriarchal, ownership view is obvious in the words: “Heart full of equity, you’re an asset.” These gaps are too big to fill for Justin because his personality does not stand out with the qualities that allowed some notable performers to pull off the songs that were not their best work. The only notable song in the album is “That’s What Love Is”.
Justin’s love and respect towards Canada
Justin Bieber reportedly lives in Ontario Canada, with his wife Hailey Baldwin in a 9,000 square feet, mansion built on 1,000 acres on a lake. This home is supposed to be a base for his new family. In the latest docu-series about Justin Bieber, the artist mentioned that he has a very close connection with his country. Justin still admires his hometown and helps many people there. Canadian singer is open for concerts and private shows. Local yellow journalism keeps Justin’s name close with casino brands. Bieber was involved in many private shows that were held by Canadian casino brands. Justin’s fans can’t attend the private shows massively because different casino brands have limited invitations. If someone wants to attend Justin’s private casino show then he/she has to pay a lot to get an invitation. People, who already attended Justin’s private shows in 2019, say that Canadian singer loves throwing crazy parties. Casinos always put the big scene for Justin and every gaming platform is around the scene. Guests can enjoy Justin’s songs while playing roulette, slots and other games. Casino buildings are specially transformed to make sure that people can enjoy gamble the same way they enjoy Justin’s voice. Noting one fact that guests have a chance to play not only offline but also digital games in building for instance – slots, blackjack and roulette online. Due to covid lockdown, private shows are postponed until 2021. It will be fun to see Justin performing and throwing private shows again.
Justin Bieber Downsizes Stadium Tour Dates After Soft Ticket Sales
The cancellation of South by Southwest was in the center of attention when 8 of 45 concerts of Justin Bieber to promote his new album “Changes” were reduced from the stadium to arena tours. Bieber didn’t make an official announcement on his social media. However, the venues tweeted that the concerts were moved from their stadiums to different places and the changes also happened on Bieber’s website. In some cities, the tickets started selling just before the big blow from COVID-19, so the sale wasn’t as good as anticipated. The decision was announced after two big music-festivals were canceled due to the outbreak of COVID-19. The album has not had a financial success or critical acclaim, despite some hits recorded with other singers and a 10-part documentary on YouTube, which keeps Bieber present in the public eye. This is his first tour in three years. See the list of the new dates and venues below:
The affected dates and their new venues are listed below:
June 5 Glendale, AZ -Gila River Arena
June 27 Houston -Toyota Center (instead of July 2)
June 28 Dallas-American Airlines Center (instead of 27)
July 11 Nashville -Bridgestone Arena
Aug. 8 Columbus, OH-Schottenstein Center
Aug. 14 Indianapolis-Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Aug. 21 Washington, – DC Capital One Arena
Aug. 30 Detroit- Little Caesars Arena (instead of Aug. 29)
Bieber’s ‘seasons’ is still most-watched docuseries of YouTube
“Justin Bieber: Seasons” YouTube’s docuseries about Justin Bieber is the most-viewed premiere in the first week of its release among YouTube’s original content. Episode 1 of the docuseries’ was released January 27 and had 32.65 million views in the first week, thus breaking the record of season 2, episode 1 of “Liza On Demand”, YouTube’s original comedy series and season 2 of “Cobra Kai”, 25.4 million and 21 million respectively. The docuseries “Seasons” that provides a look into the making of the album “Changes” cost YouTube $20 million. Justin Bieber was discovered on YouTube and is now the most followed music artist of YouTube with more than 50 million subscribers. Over the last year, Bieber’s YouTube channel has seen 3 billion views. The docuseries reveal his work on the album, discuss the reasons for the cancellation of his 2017 tour and include the footage from his wedding, interviews with his wife, friends and himself.