Justin Bieber’s Seasons documentary series shows the world how love is for the singer — from making his wife a model for his new music to seeing them cram in solo interviews like crushing school children. His earliest music obsessed with the idea of passion, but he finds it now and lives within it happily and in full.
We developed an album guide so you have a tune that you can listen to when you are feeling low.
#1. All Around Me
Although this stripped-down album is the beginning of something amazing, the maximized affection of Bieber sounds like familiar love, the kind that is reemerging after a big realization that your partner is yours forever. It seems like a safe pick to compile baby shower videos.
#2. Intentions (ft. Quavo)
Drag the old “Here Comes the Bride” MP3 into the trash. Instead, cue ‘Intentions,’ an ode to partners who swings their saccharins to the air like a bouquet. But you’re not going to be emotional. You’re going to be too busy dancing.
This soft-pop synth playground is Bieber’s assurance that his passion is not for a moment; it is everlasting. It regards the revolutions of the Earth as the glue which connects its love with its partner.
“Forever” is a soothing and delicate hip-swinger with Bieber realizing he will be next to his partner until the sun is out. The singer Clever from Post Malone and Alabama join in for a sweet carol vows that they will never lie or love until their dying days. You’re going to share a sugar tear.
#5. Get Me (ft. Kehlani)
Get Me’s sweet, and frank mood takes you by the shoulders and never let’s go. Kehlani matches the emotional strength of Bieber in appreciation of the willingness of a friend to understand it fully. This ode to the chemical that lets partners finish each other’s sentences, after a perfect evening in town, is reserved for that first electric kiss.