Justin Bieber will not be releasing a new album anytime soon. The singer has been facing mental health challenges, and he recently shared another post on social media about his ongoing struggles.

Bieber has decided to put his marriage to Hailey Baldwin and his mental health above everything else in his life at the moment, including his music career. In a recent Instagram post, the singer explained how he is currently focused on resolving “deep rooted issues” before working on new music.

The last studio album that Bieber released was “Purpose,” which came out in 2015. In his social media post, the singer admitted that his fans have been asking for the next album. However, he pointed out that he has toured throughout his teenage life as well as when he was in his 20s. He added that in his most recent tour he was unhappy towards the last leg, which is something that neither he nor his fans deserved, the singer said.

Bieber said that his fans pay money in order to come out and enjoy a lively, fun and energetic concert. However, he was unable to give his audience that towards the end of his recent tour.

In order to make sure that the same doesn’t happen in the next tour, Bieber has been working hard to resolve his mental health issues. The singer also wants to make sure that his problems don’t affect his marriage to Baldwin and his ability to be a father that he plans to be.

“Music is very important to me but Nothing comes before my family and my health,” Bieber said. The singer, however, promised his fans that he will come up with a new album “asap” after he resolves his mental health issues.

Bieber has been discussing his mental health issues on social media. Earlier this month he admitted to the challenges on Instagram and asked the fans for their prayers. The singer began his treatment for depression last month, People reported.

Justin Bieber Justin Bieber shared new post about mental health challenges. In Picture: Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin attend the John Elliott front row during New York Fashion Week: The Shows on September 6, 2018 in New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Nicholas Hunt