Bieber offers well crafted pop on Justice


New Justin Bieber album Justice allows listeners to focus on his maturity in his voice.

Carson Chapel, Staff Writer

Justin Bieber’s new album, Justice, offers professionally crafted pop that makes listeners hear how much his voice has matured. 

When listening to Justice, listeners can feel affectionate, reverent, empowered, or joyful like on a summer day. Bieber has teamed up with many talented artists, such as Khalid, Chance the Rapper, The Kid LAROI, and Giveon. 

On “Peaches,” Bieber’s vocals show listeners why he is one of the best singers in recent years. The song has features by Giveon and Daniel Caesar that give listeners the relaxing feel of summer. 

The song “2 Much” is another one that emphasizes Bieber’s vocals. This song is one that a lot of people can relate to when thinking of a significant other. 

“Off My Face,” demonstrates that love is addicting. It also shows off Bieber’s ability to get to those high notes. 

Justice may be a fan favorite because of the meaning behind the album. 

Bieber realizes that there is injustice and unfairness in the world, so he wants to be on the side of his listeners. Justice starts with the voice of civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 

Most of the album consists of songs that people can relate to and connect to so they feel less alone. 

Bieber has earned respect because he has been a troubled kid, and now he is trying to solve big problems such as having justice in the world. 

The variety of different vocals makes Justice worth listening to, since summer is right around the corner, and “Peaches” will give listeners those summer vibes.