Bieber’s strong visuals have been an integral part of his first album in five years, first with his in-depth YouTube Docuseries followed by the lonely “Changes” music video and spirited, charitable “Intentions” with Quavo. For the Nick DeMoura directed “Habitual,” the camera follows a dance troop in a detailed tracking shot that’s more focused on Emmy-winner Tessandra Chavez’s choreography than it is with Bieber. “All Around Me” is a more intimate look at the movements between dancing duos, with So You Think You Can Dance participant Phillip Chbeeb handling the choreography for this offering.
Each Monday, new episodes of Changes: The Movement will premiere via Justin’s YouTube channel in an effort to showcase “the minds of some of [his] favorite choreographers and dancers.” Watch “All Around Me” above and “Habitual” below. In more music updates, Mac Miller’s Circles is set to get a deluxe edition with two new songs.
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#ChangesTheMovement starts now. 2 videos from the #changes album every Monday and Wednesday from the minds of some of my favorite choreographers and dancers. Thanks @nickdemoura @obb @sb_projects @defjam. Today #allaroundme and #habitual. Thank you to the entire dance community for always supporting us.