AceShowbiz - Justin Bieber is cooking up a new song, and we can't seem to wait another day to hear it. The Canadian heartthrob has taken to Instagram Story to share a 15-second clip of his studio session and tease fans about the new track, which is reportedly titled "Emotional Rollercoaster".
It looks like Justin wants to take a new route with his new music as the track is heavily infused with EDM beats and synth riffs. The tune bears striking similarity to his recent collaboration with BloodPop, "Friends". At one point, the chill music sounds a little darker as Justin sings, "You don't deserve this emotional rollercoaster."
No hay nada mas que me altere y alarme que ver a este hombre en el estudio, por favor no que corre mucho y yo aun no me he recuperado pic.twitter.com/qAi6bKDyTK— me llamo ANABEL. (@graceforjustin) 19 September 2017
It's still unclear, though, whether the new song will be a part of Justin's solo project or another collaboration. He previously teamed up with Luis Fonsi ad Daddy Yankee on "Despacito (Remix)", DJ Khaled on "I'm the One", and David Guetta on "2U". If the track is his solo single, then it will mark Justin's first solo music in almost two years.
Justin's last album was "Purpose", which was released in 2015. The "Love Yourself" hitmaker has been diligently hitting the studio after he canceled the remaining dates of his "Purpose" tour in July. He was supposed to stay on the road until October, but he decided to pull out of the trek due to "unforseen circumstances."
Following many speculations, Justin revealed the reason behind the cancellation on a lenghty message. "I'm so grateful for this journey with all of you," he began. "I'm grateful for the tours but most of all I am grateful I get to go through this life WITH YOU! Learning and growing hasn't always been easy but knowing I'm not alone has kept me going."
He added, "Me taking this time right now is me saying I want to be SUSTAINABLE. I want my career to be sustainable, but I also want my mind heart and soul to be sustainable so that I can be the man I want to be, the husband I eventually want to be and the father I want to be."