Justin Bieber’s fifth studio album, “Changes,” releases on Valentine’s Day. The project officially marks a new Bieber era since the debut of his last album “Purpose” in 2015.  With “Changes,” Bieber, 25, gives his fans 17 new tracks.

Here’s what else fans need to know about the album:

Tribute To Hailey Baldwin

The love the “Yummy” singer has for his wife is no secret, so why not write a song about it?

According to the album’s Apple Music description, Bieber’s latest single “Intentions,” which features Migos rapper Quavo, is a tribute to the 23-year-old model, whom he married in 2018.

“When I create, you're my muse,” he sings about Baldwin. “Picture-perfect, you don't need no filter. Gorgeous, make 'em drop dead, you a killer.”


In addition to Quavo, Bieber worked with several other artists for the project. The artists involved include Kehlani for the track “Get Me” and Summer Walker for the “Yummy” remix.

He has also collaborated with rapper Travis Scott again for the song “Second Emotion.” The two previously came together for songs like “No Sense” and “Maria I’m Drunk.”

Post Malone and Clever also are featured on the album for the song “Forever.” Last but not least, Bieber collaborated with Lil Dicky for the track titled “Running Over.”

It’s Personal

“Changes” is literally about just that. Bieber revealed that the album is a look at his life, TMZ reports.

“I think this music really reflects just the past few years,” Bieber explained during a fan Q&A session in London on Tuesday. “Some of the challenges. Some of the changes. I got married over the past year.”

Since his last project, Bieber has not only married, but he was also diagnosed with Lyme disease, which brings us to the next revelation.


Bieber’s YouTube docuseries, “Seasons,” give Beliebers further insight into the singer’s life and health. And so far, many of the uploads have been enhanced with his new songs, some of which aren’t even on the tracklist, reports Billboard.

From the album, fans can hear “Habitual,” “Come Around Me,” “Running Over,” “E.T.A.,” and “Changes” on different episodes of the docuseries.


When it comes to music videos, fans just need to head on over to the “Despacito” singer’s YouTube channel. Bieber has released official music videos for both “Yummy” and “Intentions,” as well as his "Saturday Night Live" performances for each of the hits. He has also uploaded a “Yummy” Tik Tok Compilation video and an official lyric video for “Intentions.”

Justin Bieber, seen in 2019, said he will document his struggles with Lyme disease in a YouTube documentary Justin Bieber, seen in 2019, documents his struggles with Lyme disease in a YouTube documentary. Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/Jayne Kamin-Oncea