Ch-ch-changes are coming soon. Justin Bieber announced his new album will drop next month and it’ll be titled Changes.
The Canadian pop singer’s forthcoming album, the followup to 2015’s Purpose, is slated for release on Feb. 14 via RBMG/Def Jam Recordings. A full-scale tour will support Changes, Bieber’s fifth studio album.
The announcement accompanied the launch of Bieber’s YouTube docuseries, Seasons, and there’s a second taste from the set in “Get Me,” a new track featuring Kehlani.
Last week, Bieber introduced the album during a private album playback event in Los Angeles, with Def Jam chairman Paul Rosenberg, longtime manager/SB Projects leader Scooter Braun and his wife Hailey among those in the room.
The heart throb welled-up when he recounted problems he’d faced growing up in the industry, and the love and support he’d felt from his inner circle.
The new album is led by “Yummy,” which has peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. A special collectors-edition CD will be available at Target, where each disc will contain one of two exclusive fold-out posters.
Meanwhile, a full-scale north American jaunt will kick off this May and runs through late September. Live Nation will produce The Changes Tour. Tickets go on sale to the general public from Feb. 14 at noon local time at justinbiebermusic.com.
Stream “Get Me” and check out the Changes Tour dates below.
The Changes Tour dates:
May 14 — CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA
May 17 — Moda Center, Portland, OR
May 19 — Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
May 22 — Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
May 26 — Pechanga Arena San Diego, San Diego, CA
May 29 — Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena, CA
June 2 — T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV
June 5 — State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ
June 9 — Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UT
June 13 — Empower Field at Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO
June 16 — Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, NE
June 19 — Soldier Field. Chicago, IL
June 21 — Target Center, inneapolis, MN
June 24 — American Family Insurance Amphitheater during Summerfest, Milwaukee, WI
June 27 — AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
June 30 — Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA
July 2 — NRG Stadium, Houston, TX
July 6 — Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO
July 8 — BOK Center, Tulsa, OK
July 11 — Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN
July 13 — Enterprise Center, St. Louis, MO
July 15 — Simmons Bank Arena, Little Rock, AR
July 18 — Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
July 21 — AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL
July 25 — Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL
July 27 — Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, SC
July 29 — Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, NC
Aug. 1 — Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
Aug. 4 — PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
Aug. 6 — Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, PA
Aug. 8 — Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH
Aug. 12 — KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, KY
Aug. 14 — FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Aug. 16 — Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI
Aug. 18 — Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY
Aug. 21 — FedExField, Landover, MD
Aug. 24 — KeyBank Center, Buffalo, NY
Aug. 26 — Times Union Center, Albany, NY
Aug. 29 — Ford Field, Detroit, MI
Sept. 1 — Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, ON
Sept. 3 — Videotron Centre, Québec City, QC
Sept. 10 — Rogers Centre, Toronto, ON
Sept. 14 — Bell Centre, Montreal, QC
Sept. 17 — Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA
Sept. 26 — MetLife Stadium, E. Rutherford, NJ