Justice — Justin Bieber’s album shows healing

Justin biebers new album Justice

Justin bieber’s new album “Justice”

Last year Justin Bieber released his album Changes which gave his career a boost. Now, he has released Justice, which dives into how he has changed as a person. Justice, in its broadest sense, is the principle that people receive that which they deserve.

Bieber has been treated poorly all of his life by people that don’t even personally know him.  Ever since he was a child he has had the paparazzi and press always watching him and creating their own narrative about him. This made people dislike him for the mistakes he made in his past. 

Bieber’s new album Justice has songs like Ghost, which talks about loving a person for eternity even if they aren’t with you anymore. Another song is called Deserve you, in which he expresses how he feels like he does not deserve love because of his traumatic childhood. These songs all have a special meaning to him, like being able to be loved by fans and even in relationships. In his teenage years, he has always been told he was a nobody or a criminal when really he was still a kid who had to grow up very fast because of fame, which led to mistakes being made. 

Bieber has always been a very talented artist, every album he drops just keeps getting better. From the start of My World to the last track of Justice, his discography really shows his maturity and growth throughout the years. The overall meaning Justice explains that he wants to help heal the world.

 “I know that I cannot simply solve injustice by making music,” said Bieber. “But I do know that if we all do our part by using our gifts to serve this planet and each other that we are that much closer to being united.”

Part of his album has an MLK interlude, which he put into his album to remind people of what we should be aiming for in our everyday lives.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

Putting his words in the album made people upset because they didn’t want him to compare himself to MLK. When really, Bieber just wanted to share his inspiration.

Justin Bieber puts so much effort into his music. The growth and his passion for music is so evident in this album.