Clip “Yummy” : Justin Bieber tease his new album with a meal delusional
You have a small hollow ? A sudden craving for something sweet and salty ? Luckily, Justin Bieber invites you in a restaurant totally delusional in the clip Yummy, the first preview of his new album that is breaking records since its release on January 3, 2020. Have fun while eating, it is rather cool, isn’t it ?
Justin Bieber unveils the video for Yummy
The grand return of Justin Bieber was highly anticipated and the contrary would be difficult to say !His new single Yummy, the first in four years, counts already more than 12 million views on Youtube (the number is increasing day by day) and thanks to him, he became the male artist to be placed the most times in first place of the top iTunes in the United States and around the world. The canadian singer records as the most pre-orders in the history of the Universal Music group. In short, it succeeded perfectly in his comeback.
To continue on this very good momentum, Justin Bieber has unveiled this weekend the clip of Yummy in which he invites us to dinner in a restaurant quite original and hilarious. Customers are also atypical, but the evening is even more fun thanks to them. The interpreter Sorry, himself, did not hesitate to dye her hair pink to stick to the first extract of his future album, but he proves that he has not lost his talent as a dancer the time of his long pause.
Justin Bieber broke out in the clip lol Yummy
“Forever”, the title of his new album ?
The Beliebers are now very much looking forward to the fifth installment of Justin Bieber, who will soon be releasing its documentary series Seasons, but the husband of Hailey Baldwin has revealed no release date for the moment. Except that if we believe the info to TMZ, the opus could happen in the month of march and it is called “Forever”. No name has yet been released. The artist would have also worked with Post Malone, Travis Scott and Kehlani on this new studio project. Follow !
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