Justin Bieber sets up camp in the middle of a forest with his Justice singles “Hold On” and “Anyone” for the pop star’s Vevo live performances.
While releasing the Triple Chucks Deluxe edition of his sixth album Justice, Bieber kept delivering more treats with his “Hold On” performance on Thursday and “Anyone” performance on Friday (March 26). Both took place in a secluded dark forest in Los Angeles that was illuminated by glass monoliths of red mood lighting, appearing in sharp contrast with the green and white lightning striking down behind Biebs and his band.
“I loved working with Vevo to create these Official Live Performances,” Bieber said in a statement. “Vevo has been part of all of my video releases since the beginning, and I feel so blessed to have them championing me for over a decade.”
“Lonely” and “Holy” are up next on the docket, both singles that were released ahead of the album and reached the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100.
“We are so excited to release these exclusive performances to Justin’s fans all around the world,” said JP Evangelista, svp of content, programming and marketing at Vevo. “Since ‘Baby’ was first released in 2010 we have worked closely with Justin on his numerous video releases, and watched him grow and develop into one of the world’s biggest artists – he has honed his craft and his maturity and evolved sound as a musician is evident as he taped these performances for us. We are so pleased with what we captured, as being able to work so closely and creatively with an artist is key in the final product.”
Watch his official Vevo live performances of “Hold On” and “Anyone” below.