It looks like Justin Bieber, the 28-year-old Canadian pop star, is gearing up for a return to music after having canceled his “Justice” World Tour.
Originally it had been anticipated that he would be on tour during 2022 and 2023 in support of his latest album.
After his show in Rio de Janeiro on September 4, 2022, the former YouTube sensation canceled all subsequent dates up until March of this year.
To take care of his mental and physical health, the husband of Hailey Baldwin Bieber decided to step away from the stage for a while.
Despite this break from performing live, it has been suggested that fans may soon hear a new collaboration between him and Skrillex on their radio devices.
As reported by The Sun, Justin Bieber has teamed up with Skrillex – the stage name of 35-year-old Sonny Moore – to work on new music.
This is not the first time they have collaborated; in 2015, they created the famous track “Where Are You Now” alongside Diplo and Jack Ü.
A source revealed: “Justin may have been absent from public view recently, but he’s been very busy in the studio. It was a natural choice for him to team up with Skrillex again since they’ve been friends for a long time.”
Yesterday, Skrillex unleashed his second album, “Quest For Fire,” and fans won’t have to wait long for the third!
Reports suggest that “Don’t Get Too Close” will be the title of his next record – and it’s said that Justin is set to feature on a track.
According to TMZ, Justin Bieber declined the opportunity to perform at Coachella this year to focus on his upcoming seventh album.
But he may appear at the festival in 2024 instead. Justin seems determined to put all his energy into crafting a fantastic record for fans.
Justin Bieber left fans concerned in 2022 after quitting his world tour abruptly. During that time, he told his millions of fans he had facial paralysis and, while touring, suffered significant exhaustion.
But the “Baby” singer has been extremely open about his struggles with mental health and other health issues over the years.
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In 2020, he shared that he had been diagnosed with Lyme disease, a tick-borne illness that can cause various symptoms, including fatigue, joint pain, and neurological problems.
Justin stated that he had been suffering from the disease for several years before receiving a proper diagnosis, which contributed to his feelings of exhaustion and depression.
In addition to Lyme disease, the “Stay” hitmaker has also spoken about his struggles with anxiety and depression. He has shared that he has experienced panic attacks and has sought treatment to help manage his symptoms.
In 2019, he took a break from music and touring to focus on his mental health and has since spoken about the importance of prioritizing self-care and seeking help when needed.
Justin has also been open about his past struggles with substance abuse and has spoken about his efforts to maintain sobriety. He has credited his faithand his relationships with family and friends as essential factors in his recovery.
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