With his sixth studio album Justice set to arrive on March 19, Justin Bieber has supplied his long-form’s latest single, “Hold On,” with a veritable thriller of a visual. Informed by a good-hearted storyline, Bieber’s in-video narrative trails him—bank robbery, police chase, and all—as he attempts to uphold his lyrical pledge to “be there” for his chronically ill female counterpart.
In the grand schema of Justice, “Hold On” succeeds “Lonely,” “Anyone,” and “Holy,” all of which offered Beliebers a taste of what was—and remains—yet to come on the LP. Of note, Justice will hit streaming platforms just a little over one-year and a month after Changes closed the five-year album gap that opened after Bieber released Purpose in 2015. Changes has been nominated for “Best Pop Vocal Album” at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards, which will be broadcast live from CBS at 8:00 p.m. EST / 5:00 p.m. PST on March 14.
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