The pop sensation has since teamed-up with Ariana Grande for the song ‘Stuck With U’ in May after the cancellation of his world tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and with Chance The Rapper for his latest single, “Holy.” Enjoy reading Casual wore to LA Recording studio by Justin Bieber.
And now it seems the Yummy star isn’t done with his flurry of new music as he was seen walking into a Los Angeles recording studio on Saturday.
While casually walking towards the studio dressed in yellow shorts, a grey hoodie and a pair of white Yeezy Foam Runner sneakers, Bieber, 26, looked relaxed and comfortable. He also added a military-green beanie cap over his brown tresses, adding a slight touch of style,
With the release of the ‘Holy’ song and video on Friday, the hitmaker was in full promo mode, which included a meeting and greeting stop in West Hollywood and seeing a huge group of fans dance to Holy outside a firehouse.
Holy seems to be an optimistic love song that in a post COVID-19 world is drenched in Christian imagery.
‘That the way you hold me, hold me, hold me, hold me, hold me — Feels so holy, holy, holy, holy, holy,’ he sings in the catchy chorus.
‘On God — Runnin’ to the altar like a track star — Can’t wait another second — ‘Cause the way you hold me, hold me, hold me, hold me, hold me — Feels so holy.’
In the ‘Holy’ video, directed by Colin Tilley, Bieber stars as a poor oil miner who is laid off and evicted, while his on-screen love interest, Ryan Destiny, who plays a nurse, learns that her beloved patient is dead.
Chance The Rapper, who has worked with Bieber on “I’m The One” , DJ Khalid, Lil Wayne and Quavo, also appears in the “Holy” video.
Bieber is among the best-selling recording artists in the world, with sales approaching 150 million albums.