Justin Bieber’s Comedy Central roast not just gave us new Bieber jokes, and also sparked an unlikely friendship involving the pop star the other of his roasters: Martha Stewart. To prove this bond, Stewart interviewed Bieber for his Interview Magazine cover story. Check What Do You Mean, a new single to be released on August 28, 2015.
While the wealthy pair mostly discuss topics as their favorite modes of transportation (private jets for Bieber) and what he eats while looking for inspiration on his boat, the controversial singer also revealed some particulars on his upcoming, as-yet-untitled album.
“It’s just very personal,” Bieber reveals after Stewart asks should the new material are going to be romantic. “People are going to be able to really end up in where my heart is. It’s about my journey in your everyday living — stuffs that I’ve been through. Maybe I can teach a lesson, some things that are inspiring.”
Revealing Justin Bieber’s New Single – What Do You Mean
As previously reported, Bieber reaffirmed Rick Rubin and Kanye West’s involvement from the new album, however the singer has now named other key individuals help him in the musical comeback. “I’m your lot with Skrillex and Diplo this also guy named Poo Bear, who’s an unbelievable writer,” according to him. “We’ve just been getting our groove. You sort of go through an occasion where you enter there and zilch comes and zilch comes, and, finally, it’s like bang-bang-bang — you obtain them all back to back. I’m for a place where I’m really happy and I’m willing to share my music.”
Skrillex and Diplo (as Jack Ü) helped bring Bieber to the charts because of their successful collaboration “Where Are Ü Now,” plus the singer sees Skrillex’s “new wave” as helping build a “futuristic” sound with the new music. “We possess a really good chemistry,” he tells.
Bieber — which will play guitar and drums within the album — doesn’t know in the event the new LP will likely be finished, noting, “I’m just trying to find the best sound and have absolutely it be consistent to make sense in what I’m going through around my life right this moment.”