Justin Bieber is remaining true to the promise he made to his fans. The pop star pledged to drop a new song every Monday until his new documentary “Believe” is released, and so far his fans have been delighted with a Bieber start-of-the-week for about a month. This week, he released the new song “Recovery.”
According to rap-up.com:
“After suffering a broken heart (‘Heartbreaker‘), Justin Bieber seeks healing on ‘Recovery’ the fourth release in his #MusicMondays series. The teen sensation tries to right his wrongs on the acoustic R&B jam, which samples Craig David’s 2000 hit ‘Fill Me In.’
“‘It’s here. One of the most important songs to me I’ve ever written. #Recovery. Hope it helps you!’ tweeted Justin, who is nominated in two categories at the inaugural YouTube Awards.”
All the songs from his #MusicMondays seem to follow the theme of heartbreak and relationships, and on “Recovery” Bieber continues to show off his more emotional side to his fans.
Bieber’s Believe documentary is scheduled to be released in December, so that gives him enough time to drop an album’s worth of new music.
Check out “Recovery” below from Bieber’s #MusicMondays.