Justin Bieber and Quavo Give Back in 'Intentions' Video

  /  02.06.2020

With only a week until his album release, Justin Bieber links up with Quavo on his new single “Intentions.”

The uplifting track finds the pop superstar spreading good vibes. “Picture perfect, you don’t need no filter,” he sings. “Gorgeous, make ’em drop dead, you a killer / Shower you with all my attention / Yeah, these are my only intentions.”

Along with the song, Bieber has debuted an inspirational video, which was shot at Alexandria House, an L.A.-based non-profit organization that provides safe housing for women and children who are transitioning from emergency shelter to permanent housing.

Bieber shines a spotlight on three “graduates” of Alexandria’s transitional housing program by showcasing their stories of strength and resilience and surprising them with studio time and even a new car. He has also launched the Intentions Fund in the amount of $200,000 to support the Alexandria House.

“Intentions” arrives ahead of Bieber’s fifth studio album Changes, which is due Feb. 14 featuring collaborations with Travis Scott, Post Malone, Kehlani, and Summer Walker, who appears on the remix to “Yummy.”

Following the album’s release, Bieber will hit the road on his “Changes Tour.” The North American arena trek kicks off May 14 in Seattle, with special guests Kehlani and Jaden Smith. You can also catch him performing on “SNL” this weekend with host RuPaul.

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