Justin Bieber is again, and he’s feeling other. He’s feeling, humorous.
The Canadian pop famous person returns with “I Really feel Humorous,” which arrived on the stroke of nighttime with a lyric video helmed by means of Cole Bennett.
Don Toliver makes a cameo within the clip, which sees Bieber bouncing round a trailer again of area, masking his face with an orange balaclava for part the motion.
Bennett simply pointed and shot. “Justin randomly texted me this track at some point and stated ‘must we do a visible to this? track immediately to number one.” We joked round about doing a video for it however by no means did,” he explains. “A couple of weeks later we have been doing a pick out up day for a video we had lately shot, however by no means completed (Fair). We had just a little of time switching over from scene to scene. So, I went into his trailer and stated ‘Remember the fact that track you despatched me? Let’s shoot a video for it on my telephone in between takes of the particular video.'”
“I Really feel Humorous” is a sonic bounce clear of Bieber’s pop silo, and into minimum hip-hop. It’s a style of items to return, and represents recent subject material post-Justice, his Billboard 200-leading album from 2021.
The singer has made a number of high-profile appearances within the lead-up.
A shirtless Biebs joined Daniel Caesar past due on April 15 throughout Caesar’s Coachella set to accomplish their Billboard Sizzling 100-topping hit “Peaches.”
Previous, Bieber, Caesar and Giveon teamed up on the April 3 Grammy Awards to accomplish the track reside for the primary time all in combination.
“Peaches” is considered one of Bieber’s 8 No. 1 Sizzling 100 hits. Any other is “Keep,” his 2021 collaboration with The Child Laroi, which logged seven weeks at No. 1 at the Sizzling 100 and an all-time file 13 non-consecutive weeks at No. 2.
Move “I Really feel Humorous” underneath.