JUSTIN BIEBER RELEASES VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE “GHOST”
CO-STARRING LEGENDARY ACTOR DIANE KEATON, THE COLIN TILLEY-DIRECTED SHORT IS THE LATEST FROM MULTI-PLATINUM #1 ALBUM JUSTICE
AMAZON STUDIOS RELEASES NEW CONCERT FILM “JUSTIN BIEBER: OUR WORLD”
JUSTICE: THE COMPLETE EDITION MAKES THREE DELUXE TRACKS AVAILABLE TO STREAMING PLATFORMS FOR THE FIRST TIME
October 8, 2021 As the calendar turns in what has been a remarkable, prolific, ubiquitous year for Justin Bieber, the global superstar unleashes yet another wave of new releases.
This week – while Justin’s smash single with the Kid Laroi “Stay” sits atop the Billboard Hot 100 for its seventh week – Bieber reveals the new Colin Tilley-directed video for “Ghost,” the latest single from his multi-platinum album JUSTICE. The video features an incredible performance from Diane Keaton, in a role that was tailor-made for the screen legend.
“Ghost” – debuted with a show-stopping performance at the VMAs last month – is the sixth single from JUSTICE, which has amassed nearly 9 billion global streams to date. Now, Justin is adding three new songs that were previously released only on physical exclusives – “Red Eye,” “Angels Speak” and “Hailey” – to JUSTICE: THE COMPLETE EDITION, available on streaming platforms today for the first time.
In a full circle moment that returns us to the beginning of the 2021 journey of the JUSTICE album, Justin and his partners at OBB Films, SB Films and Amazon Studios are releasing the new concert film/documentary feature Justin Bieber: Our World globally today via Amazon Prime Video.
Justin Bieber: Our World takes viewers backstage, onstage and into the private world of the global superstar as he prepares for a record-breaking New Year’s Eve 2020 concert. After a three-year hiatus from a full concert, Bieber delivers an electrifying performance on the rooftop of the Beverly Hilton Hotel for 240 invited guests — and millions of fans across the globe watching via livestream. Produced and directed by award-winning filmmaker Michael D. Ratner, the 94-minute documentary follows Bieber and his team for the month leading up to the show as they rehearse and construct a monumental stage set. The film also captures personal self-shot moments between Bieber and his wife Hailey through the artist’s own lens.