Justin Bieber made a big announcement giving fans an early Christmas gift today (December 24). The 25-year-old singer announced plans to release his first album in five years this May (an exact date hasn’t been announced). Plus, he revealed plans for the album’s first single and a large tour to support the album.


Justin announced plans to release a new single, which will be titled “Yummy,” on January 3. Bieber has appeared on several tracks since his Purpose album dropped a few years ago including “I Don’t Care” (Ed Sheeran), “Bad Guy Remix” (Billie Eilish), “Despacito” (Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee), and “10,000 Hours” (Dan + Shay) to name a few.


The exact date for the new album and the title have not been announced, but in a video teaser, released on Tuesday, we learned a little about the upcoming album.


Perhaps the most exciting news is that Justin will hit the road for a massive North American Tour this spring and summer. The tour will kick off in Seattle on May 14th.

It will come to our area on August 1st for a show at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Justin will wrap the tour on September 26 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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