Justin Bieber is slightly over a day faraway from the discharge of his sixth album, Justice. Whereas longtime Beliebers are joyful that the brand new mission is lastly right here, lots of them hoped it might include one of many singer’s unreleased songs— particularly “Crimson Eye,” which was not made accessible on his album Adjustments following its debut within the singer’s 2020 documentary Seasons. Whereas the track is just not on the digital model of his sixth album, Bieber has given his supporters one other technique to get their palms on it.
The “Peaches” singer introduced on Saturday that followers might acquire “Crimson Eye” by buying a particular version of Justice from his web site. The track, which lists British DJ Troyboi as a visitor act, might be purchased on three totally different editions of Justice, each boasting its personal cowl artwork.
The discharge of Justice didn’t come with no little bit of controversy. Bieber confronted some criticism for together with Martin Luther King Jr. clips on the album. Nevertheless, the King household gave Bieber the thumbs up for the transfer. “Thanks, @justinbieber, to your assist, in honor of #Justice, of @TheKingCenter’s work and of our #BeLove marketing campaign,” Bernice King, MLK’s daughter and CEO of The King Heart, wrote in a tweet.
“Crimson Eye” is obtainable for buy on Bieber’s web site here.
Justice is out now by way of Def Jam. Get it here.