Justin Bieber To Premiere New Single ‘All That Matters’ Next Week In ‘MusicMondays’ Series
Justin Bieber has confirmed that new track ‘All That Matters’ will premiere next week as part of his brand new ‘MusicMondays’ campaign, following on from the successful first single ‘Heartbreaker’ which dropped this week.
The ‘As Long As You Love Me’ hitmaker will be premiering a new track every Monday morning at midnight for 10 weeks in a bid to promote his upcoming fourth studio album and after a successful launch at the beginning of this week, Justin is readying the next song of the campaign, revealing the title and artwork.
Justin Bieber will be premiering ‘All That Matters’ on Monday morning (Justin Bieber/Instagram)
Justin told his followers earlier today: “Sunday at midnight it continues…. #MusicMondays,” linking to the simple cover art of a track named ‘All That Matters’ with the first letter of each word creatively intertwined in the middle of the white background which follows in the same vein as the ‘Heartbreaker’ artwork. Alongside another photo of him on stage with the spotlight beaming down, Justin wrote: “All That Matters is next on #musicmondays lets go.”
After premiering ‘Heartbreaker’ in the early hours of Monday morning, Justin explained the meaning of the song, writing on Instagram: “It’s a song for people going through a heartbreak – like I was when I wrote it. It means so much to me to be able to share what I was, and still am going through, with my fans. I’m very proud of this song and I hope it give my fans some insight into my heart – JB.”
It was speculated that the R&B track was written about ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez and a source recently claimed that the ‘Come & Get It’ songstress was so touched by the ballad that she decided to get back in contact with Justin.
“Justin sent Selena a demo of this song a couple of months ago, it was raw, just him singing and it totally got to her,” a source told HollywoodLife.com.
“She wasn’t talking to him, but after she listened to the song, they started talking again,” the insider reveals.
‘Heartbreaker’ is currently number one in several countries on the iTunes chart, however, in the UK it’s being kept at bay from the top spot with Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’ dominating the countdown.
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