Justin Bieber’s new music will end ‘witch hunt’
Justin Bieber’s new single and album will “end the witch hunt” against him, according to his manager Scooter Braun.
The singer’s manager Scooter Braun says Justin’s forthcoming album and single should “end the witch hunt” against the 19-year-old.
Justin has been the subject of a slew of unpleasant tabloid stories over the last year.
Among the reports, he allegedly swore at a paparazzo, feuded with his neighbour and was two hours late for a London concert.
"We're hoping the witch hunt is going to end when he really just speaks for himself in the music," Scooter told MTV News. "We decided there needs to be a way to release these songs in a different way than the normal album to be able to allow him to express himself in music while dealing with so many different bulls**t stories every single day."
The pint sized singer recently announced his forthcoming single would be entitled Heartbreaker.
Scooter revealed the Canadian has written “so many” songs on the road and hinted at an end of year release date in a different format.
"We're going to do it in a way that's very unique, so when you see Heartbreaker, know it's coming directly from him and don't think of the normal ‘Oh this is my single and this is going to be on the album'.” Scooter added.
The new tracks are billed as a “music journal” and marks the singer’s first album since 2012’s Believe.
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