LOS ANGELES: Justin Bieber has dropped a new music video just a week before the release of his album ‘Changes’. The Canadian singer has collaborated with Quavo for this single called ‘Intentions’. The song is extremely catchy along with inspiring visuals.
The video has been directed by Michael Ratner. The 6-minute clip is focussed upon the adverse conditions of women and children and raise awareness regarding the same. The video also features Alexandria House, which is a transitional residence and a house of hospitality for women and children midway in the process of transferring from emergency shelter homes to permanent residence and a condition of economic stability. The video also talks about raising awareness and funds for the same.
The music video features Justin Bieber and Quavo are shown meeting three graduate girls based in LA from the transitional program of Alexandria House. They also visit the non-profit organisation and contribute their bit to make their lives more convenient. One of the girls is also shown getting gifted a car from the popstar himself for easily travelling from college.
The upcoming album ‘Changes’ will feature many collabs apart from Quavo like Travis Scott, Summer Walker, Post Malone, Clever and Lil Dicky. So far the singles which have been released from the albums are ‘Yummy’ and ‘Get Me’, which features Kehlani.
‘Changes‘ is all set to release on 14th February i.e. the Valentine’s Day.