2020 is going to be the year of the Biebs. Justin Bieber fans everywhere got a reason to rejoice on Christmas Eve when the singer announced via a YouTube video teaser that he will drop a new single on January 3 — and that's just the beginning.
Bieber's next single, "Yummy," is teased in the video and he also promises a new album, title and release date to come, and revealed a slate of tour dates for 2020 to start in Seattle on May 14.
He was most recently seen on the charts dueting with Dan + Shay on the track "10,000 Hours" and spiked himself into our ears by remixing Billie Eilish's "Bad Guy" and dueting with Ed Sheeran on (almost the) song of the summer, "I Don't Care." But it has been four years since Bieber released a new album of his own, with 2015's Purpose.
"I feel like this is different from the previous albums, just because of where I'm at in my life," Bieber says in a voiceover in the Super Trailer for "Yummy." So does that mean we should expect some songs about his relationship with and marriage to Hailey Bieber? If the snippets of the song you can catch in the trailer are any indication: yes.
"Could you be here with me forever, ever, ever / Every time I go the wrong way, you turn me back around," Bieber sings in the song. Maybe it's about Hailey, or maybe it's about his faith? He does reference God right off the top. Bieber has become increasingly more involved in religion, even preaching a sermon at Churchome in Beverly Hills, CA earlier this year.
Additionally, the trailer teases a new docu-series. It doesn't offer much insight into what the series will focus on, but Bieber teases it, saying he's excited to share his story.