The singer revealed what ‘Sorry’ is really about and how his upcoming collaboration with Ed Sheeran, may not be his last with the UK singer.
As Justin Bieber walked the red carpet of the MTV EMA’s in Milan early this morning, he refused all press interviews except Smallzy.
Winning 5 coveted awards at the ceremony, The 21-year-old chatted to the Smallzy’s Surgery host straight after stepping offstage from performing his new song ‘Sorry’ and revealed the truth behind the lyrics in his first interview worldwide since the song’s release last week.
“It’s kind of the stamp in the end of all of the apologies that i’m giving, like to the people [and] to the media… Putting a song out saying ‘Sorry’ is the icing on the cake and i’m just ready to move on.”
Justin was refreshingly honest about why a song like ‘Sorry’ had to be made, especially on an album named ‘Purpose.’
“I just want to let people know that for a while i feel like i lost my purpose and i’m gaining it back… and i feel like it’s so important that everyone finds their purpose… so basically my message is that no matter how far you feel away from who you were, or who you think you were, or whether you’re lost, there’s always room to grow and always room to find your purpose.”
Justin also talked about the song he recorded with everyone’s favourite ginger, Ed Sheeran.
“It’s a really personal song… it’s really deep…We’ve really bonded and we’ll probably make a lot more music in the future.”
Purpose will be released Nov. 13.
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