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Justin Bieber To Take Over 2019 With A New Album?

By Trackwave · Published: 3 months ago ( 15:13:02 January 6, 2019 )

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Justin Bieber's manager has lit up the internet in what fans are going crazy over as a tease for a new album that's now overdue.
It's been four years since Justin Bieber released his last album "Purpose" in 2015. That can be an eternity in the pop music world. But now comments from his manager have shown up on Twitter giving fans a chance to go crazy over his possible return in 2019. On January 5, 2019 he posted “@justinbieber jb5!?!?, 😁😳😋🤔.” He deleted it soon after. Then he posted something else: “2019 is gonna be a wild one. I just feel it,.” Justin got married in 2018 so many were thinking he was referring to that in regards to the music being different.


There's a good chance now that new music will be coming soon. His last album was released three years after the one before it and it's now pushing on four years since the last album. That means it's only a matter of time until the next one. Justin's made it clear he wanted to take a break and focus on his personal life which he made clear when he cancelled the last 14 shows on his tour in 2017 due to mental and physical exhaustion. He hasn't really put out anything since 2017 with a few features here and there and he spent time getting married and working on his personal life. That could have given him a lot of time to make something and makes you wonder if an albums in the works or already done. Nothing has been confirmed. There hasn't been any response from Justin himself. Watch out for more. In the meantime fans had all sorts of feelings on the posts.


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