By: Irydian Jimenez
Get ready Beliebers, Justin Bieber is going on tour for his new release of his new album Purpose.
Bieber’s album was released on November 13, 2015 and is currently the number one top album bought on iTunes. Two of his songs on the album are on the top five hits on iTunes. Sorry being number two and What Do You Mean being number four. After three years without releasing an album, he celebrated by having an “Evening With Justin Bieber” at L.A.’s Staples Center on the same day his album was released.
The concert at Staples Center started at 6:00 p.m, but doors opened at 5:00 p.m. Anxious fans waited in line for several hours to be the first ones in, with hopes to meeting Justin Bieber. “The process to get in was insane because no one listened to securities and everyone was super thrilled.” says Jazmin Hernandez, Junior at Samueli Academy.
On the night that the concert tickets were on sale, Bieber had to add two extra shows because it was sold out. “My favorite part of the concert was the whole experience, it was so magically amazing.”, elucidated Jessica Villela, “But I have to say when he began singing I was so flattered.”
On November 11, Justin Bieber was a guest on The Ellen Show where he publicly announced he was going on tour for his album Purpose. Bieber was also interviewed on Kiss.fm and explained what the Purpose of his album was: "The significance of my album Purpose is basically just to let people know that whether you lost your purpose, or you don't feel like you have a purpose, it's really important you find it," explained Bieber.
In this album, he talks about his breakup with Selena Gomez, God, and his fans. Justin bieber goes on to say: “ I'm in the best place I've ever been.” A song on his newly released album called I’ll show you explains the way that he is looked at from the world's perspective and the way he really feels. Be sure not to miss Bieber in his upcoming concerts. He will be coming to L.A for his tour for three days in March 20, 21, and the 23 of 2016.
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