Justin Bieber appeared on it The late show with James Corden on Thursday night (March 18) to play a new single ‘Hold On’ – see below.
Appearing on the show to promote his new album ‘Justice’ – which was released on Friday (March 19) – this was the first time Bieber made the song live.
Set against a backdrop of a green image of a winding road, and dressed in white, Bieber went out of the way while his band was gaining support.
Watch Bieber’s performance of ‘Hold On’ below:
On Friday (March 19), Bieber celebrated the arrival of ‘Justice’ with a music video for the track ‘Peaches’, starring Daniel Caesar and Giveon.
In a four star review of ‘Justice’, NMEIt is known as Will Lavin as “Bieber’s release song, and a more appropriate follow-up to ‘Reason'”.
The study continued: “Armed with new hope that came from a dark place, he realizes that he is better when he enters his own experiences, shaping resilient human emotion and working out why it is here. He sings of the things that matter to him: his wife, his mental health, social injustice and much more.
“With braggarts, balloons and heartbreaking moments, the hopeless romance is a penchant for self-reflection and a return to world affairs. Believers rejoice! ”
Last Sunday (March 14), Bieber picked up his second Grammy career, winning the award for Country Duo or Best Group Achievement for ’10, 000 Hours’ by Dan + Shay.
It comes after he took to Instagram in November to classify his feelings about his latest album ‘Changes’ as a pop in the 2021 Grammy nominations.
Meanwhile, Bieber was recently beaten by a stop and rejected a Justice duo dance order over the cover art of his new album, with the couple saying it resembles their logo.