Update: Justin Bieber dished out deluxe Justice. All 22-tracks of it, featuring assists from Tori Kelly, DaBaby and more.
Justin Bieber will be delivering more Justice with a deluxe edition of his sixth album, out Friday (March 26).
More all-star collaborators are yet to be announced, but one rapper is already locked and loaded: Lil Uzi Vert. Bieber told Vogue last Friday, when the original 16-track project was released, that Uzi would be on one of the new songs “There She Go,” which he already expects will “probably be huge on TikTok because it kind of has that feel to it.”
As for anyone else joining him for the expanded edition of the Justice LP, Jaden Smith and Tori Kelly are strong contenders after they shared the album artwork on their socials, with Smith writing, “Triple Chucks Deluxe” and Kelly using the lips-sealed emoji on her Instagram Story. Jaden and JB made history together this week when their “Never Say Never” music video entered YouTube’s Billion Views Club.
Triple Chucks Deluxe Coming Soon. pic.twitter.com/Mm8zgL462w
— Jaden (@jaden) March 25, 2021
Bieber and Kelly’s manager Scooter Braun confirmed the deluxe edition via Instagram on Thursday. “The response of this past week has been amazing to the album #justice that the man himself had to show love with even more music,” he wrote. “#justice triple chuck deluxe tonight. More tracks. More music! @justinbieber bravo.”
The 27-year-old pop star already enlisted a bunch of new and familiar faces on Justice, including Khalid on “As I Am,” The Kid LAROI on “Unstable,” Dominic Fike on “Die for You,” BEAM on “Love You Different,” Burna Boy on “Loved by You,” and his “Peaches” collab with Giveon and Daniel Caesar, which he previewed during his NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert. Justice also includes previously released singles “Holy” featuring Chance the Rapper, “Lonely” with Benny Blanco, “Anyone” and “Hold On,” all of which hit the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Stream the “Triple Chucks Deluxe” version of Justice below.