Justin Bieber's latest album, Changes, has been one of the top-selling releases of the year and with it sailing to number one the 26-year-old became the youngest ever to land seven number one albums. With that achievement, Justin broke a 59-year-old record previously held by Elvis Presley.
And while critics might not have loved it as much as fans, Changes is definitely new territory for the newly married artist, who has now seemingly given himself permission to address deeper relationship issues on the record, as well as sexual fare as on the hit single Yummy.
A good example of this is Justin's two new music videos for his singles All Around Me and Habitual. The lyrics of the songs delve deeper into a relationship that is based on more than physicality and chemistry.
The visual works form part of his ongoing Changes: The Movement project.
Visuals have been a significant aspect of the 25-year-old's first album in five years. He released an in-depth YouTube docu-series, titled Seasons which started airing before the release of Changes.
The docu-series was followed by the Changes music video and Intentions with Quavo.
Now for Habitual - which Nick DeMoura directed - we follow a dance troop who embody the lyrics through modern dance that one wouldn't expect in a pop song music video, but on stage at The Artscape.
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The second music video for the song All Around Me offers a close-up look at a dance couple whose bodies wrap around each other in incredible choreography by Phillip Chbeeb.
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