Fans have been keen to know when Justin Bieber plans on releasing his new album, Changes. Believe it or not, it's been five — yes, five! — whole years since Purpose was released in 2015 which means we are long overdue for some new Biebs tunes. Thankfully, Justin revealed when Changes will be released and no, you won't have to wait much longer to get your hands on it.
The big release date reveal happened while Justin was on The Ellen Show on Monday. In between discussing his YouTube Original docuseries Seasons and what it's been like dealing with the pressures of fame since he was a kid, Justin made space to confirm that Changes will be out on February 14, a.k.a. Valentine's Day. After revealing the release date (to much applause from the audience, natch), Justin told host Ellen DeGeneres, "So, I guess this is the first time I'm saying that. Nobody knew that until right now," to which Ellen quipped, "No, that's why I asked you." Then, later on Monday, Justin hopped on his Instagram to confirm the Feb. 14 Changes release date and share information on how to pre-order the album and access a new track, "Get Me," featuring Kehlani.
2020 is going to be a massive year for Justin, which he teased all the way back in December 2019 with an Instagram post featuring all of his big projects. The release of his single "Yummy" — which will appear on Changes, FYI — in early January was just the beginning. Seasons just debuted on YouTube and will be followed by the release of the new album. To top it all off, Justin also announced the U.S. dates for his Changes tour on Tuesday morning. It looks like the tour starts May 14 in Seattle, Washington and ends September 26 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Additionally, opening acts Kehlani and [Jaden Smith] joining him for most (if not all) of the dates. Basically, Justin is just getting started; prepare yourselves.
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