Canadian pop superstar Justin Bieber makes his NPR Tiny Desk Concert debut from home. In the laidback and intimate concert setting, fans can hear stripped-down versions of his songs, allowing listeners to focus on Bieber’s vocals and truly delve deep into the acoustic syncopation of his tracks.
Bieber starts off the performance with “Holy” without the presence of guest artist Chance the Rapper, before debuting a new song, “Peaches”. Bieber and We the Band premiered “Peaches” without the original guest features from GIVEŌN and Daniel Caesar. The song with guest vocals from the two artists will appear on Bieber’s latest and sixth studio album, Justice.
Bieber rounded off his at-home Tiny Desk Concert with his two other hit singles off from the album, “Hold On” and ” Anyone.” March 2021 has been a massive month for the Canadian artist, first celebrating his 27th birthday and recently produced his second career Grammy for Best Country Duo or Group Performance for “10,000 Hours” with Dan + Shay.
Justice comes out March 19, 2021.
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