Justin Bieber has reportedly locked down some of hip-hop’s heavy-hitters for his new album.
According to TMZ sources, Travis Scott, Kehlani and Post Malone are among the featured artists said to appear on Bieber’s new full-length project. Apparently, the Biebs has already laid down his half of his team-up with the “Congratulations” emcee, he’s just waiting to receive vocals on Posty’s end.
Insiders also told the celebrity news outlet the crooner’s long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s Purpose will arrive this March, which happens to be Bieber’s birthday month. Additionally, it’s speculated the 25-year-old may have already given away the potential name of his upcoming LP, which could be titled Forever. While the name for Bieber’s fifth studio album hasn’t been set in stone, TMZ was told “Forever” was a top contender.
To make the connection, Bieber got his latest tattoo of the word “Forever” on his neck last month. As TMZ points out, one reason to believe he will name his new effort after the term is because the “Cold Water” singer has historically gotten phrases tattooed on his body that have also become the name of previous projects, including “Purpose” (on his stomach) and “Believe” (on his arm).
All these details come hours after the musician released his first single of 2020, a sweet and sexy song called “Yummy.” Following its release, Bieber is expected to premiere his Justin Bieber: Seasons docu-series with YouTube Originals and embark on a concert tour later this year in support of his comeback album.