Justin Bieber unveils long-awaited fifth studio album, ‘Changes’

It’s been five years since ‘Purpose.’

It’s been a long time coming, but Justin Bieber has finally released his fifth studio album, Changes.

The 17-track record features appearances from rappers Post Malone, Travis Scott and Lil Dicky as well as R&B singer Kehlani. Meanwhile, Quavo appears on the previously released song “Intentions.” The LP also includes the Summer Walker-assisted remix of “Yummy.”

In May, Bieber is set to go on tour in support of Changes. The North American leg features 45 stops across the US, alongside a handful of shows in Canada. It kicks off May 14 at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field stadium.

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Changes is the long-awaited follow-up to Bieber’s 2015 hit album, Purpose. Last year, he teamed up with country duo Dan + Shay on “10,000 Hours” and Billie Eilish for a remix of her smash hit “Bad Guy.”

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