Justin Bieber released a surprise gospel EP called “Freedom” on Easter Sunday, shocking fans.
The celebrity made a very straightforward announcement on social media during the holidays. He only shared the word “free” typed in the background of the iPhone notes app and the title “Free on all platforms”.
The EP includes collaborations with artists such as Beam, Brandon Love, Chandler Moore, Pink Sweats, Judah Smith, Tori Kelly and Lauren Walters, running a total of six tracks, each with a gospel theme.
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The release that day was surprising enough, but because it was very close to the release of Bieber’s sixth studio album “Justice” just released last month, it also puzzled some fans. As the album climbed to the top of several charts in the United States, Bieber has released some new music through social media in the past few weeks, showing him his work in the studio. However, no one expects something new to emerge soon, especially as “justice” continues to maintain its top spot.
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Bieber recently responded to the controversy surrounding the new album by presenting an episode in which Martin Luther King Jr. (Martin Luther King Jr.) spoke at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia in 1967.
The musician explained to Bieber Nation co-founder Kristal Terrell on the Clubhouse app (via Billboard): “Being Canadian…they didn’t teach us about black history. It’s just part of our education system.”
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The “delicious” singer continued: “I want to keep growing and understand all the social injustices, and the way I become better, and my friends become better.” “And I know I have a long way to go. That’s the way to go. I like that when people listen to my album, these conversations are going on, and they’re like, “Well, how did he go from Martin Luther King to a love song?’”
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Bieber concluded: “I’m not trying to establish a connection between me and Martin Luther King. That’s why I never try to talk about social injustice, or I don’t want to be the one who talks about it, because I only have so many There is more learning to do.”