Justin Bieber Releases Music Videos For All ‘Purpose’ Tracks As Part Of ‘Purpose: The Movement’ Short Film
What if we told you that today you'd be getting not one, not two, not three, but twelve new music videos from Justin Bieber? Would you even belieb us?
Whether or not you would, the fact remains—you are indeed getting twelve new music videos from Justin Bieber on this fine Saturday. The 21-year-old artist is releasing a new video per hour today for each and every track on his recently-released fourth album, Purpose. (In fact, the only track off the album that wont see a video release today is "Sorry," as it already has a music video.)
The videos in their entirety, including the aforementioned "Sorry" clip, were shared as part of a short dance film called Purpose: The Movement during the pop star's An Evening With Justin Bieber show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles Friday night (November 13). Today, the individual clips have been dropping online via Justin's Vevo page in the order of which they appear on the record, starting with "Mark My Words," which begins with a spoken intro in which the artist recounts how he "lost his purpose for a while."
So far, choreographed, dance-centric videos (somewhat reminiscent of Sia's many interpretive dance-themed music videos) have also been released for "I'll Show You," "What Do You Mean" (which seems to feature the same girls from the "Sorry" video), "Love Yourself," "Company," and "Life Is Worth Living." Videos for "No Pressure," "No Sense," and "The Feeling" were also released, which feature track-featured vocal artists Big Sean, Travi$ Scott, and Halsey, respectively.
Watch all the videos released so far in the playlist, below:
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