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The Lack Of New Bieber Is Killing Me

The Lack Of New Bieber Is Killing Me

It was just not that long ago that our society was witnessing one of the greatest celebrity comebacks of all time. It was a true renaissance era for one of the brightest young stars to ever grace your radio dial.

About a year ago, Justin Bieber came out of rehab retirement. Through the trials and tribulations brought on by his own childish stupidity, Bieber rose from the ashes and lit our ear drums on fire with his newfound style. It started with “Where Are U Now,” and then he dropped two more fire singles in “What Do You Mean” and “Sorry” before releasing one of the better pop albums in recent history, Purpose. There wasn’t a single song on that album that wasn’t a jam. Several songs could even be considered banger-status. The replayability of the album is top-tier. On chill nights in with some friends and a few card games: Purpose. Cleaning the house – Purpose. Driving home from work, to the grocery store, to the bars, to literally anywhere – Purpose. But that was in November.

It’s now almost July and we haven’t heard any new material from our young stud. Is he just milking that cow for as long as possible so he can just sit on a beach somewhere with a super model under each arm and a Miami Vice in each hand? Definitely a possibility. Could that have been all he had left in his stint of stardom? I hope not. Maybe it is just a product of me being an impatient millennial piece of shit. If Taylor Swift can drop new content as fast as her relationships, why can’t J-Biebs keep up? Content never sleeps right? At least that is what I’ve come to expect.

As I sit here in a shitty hotel room in New Jersey listening to “Purpose” for the 47th time while writing this column, I am thirsty for more Bieber. Even just one new single will do. Last summer was the summer of Bieber, and I want nothing more than to have that pattern repeat.

Please, Bieber, feed the masses.

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Cush

Mainer born and raised. Boston sports. Miller Lites. Throwing Putters. Engineering is my trade, annoying my wife is my profession. .

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