Global Goal: Unite for Our Future: Justin Bieber and Quavo team up for flawless piano version of 'Intentions'
The acoustic piano-led rendition that gently led into Salma Hayek's speech had fans enamored and earned Bieber praise
Justin Bieber teamed up with the Migos' Quavo virtually to perform their track 'Intentions' for the 'Global Goal: Unite for Our Future' concert that serves to raise awareness for the ongoing coronavirus relief efforts in addition to honoring the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests.
'Intentions', released in early February, is the second single of Bieber's fifth studio album 'Changes'. The song marks the third collaboration between the singer and rapper duo. Bieber released a second acoustic version of the track in March, this time delivering a solo version. The song has already earned the singer rave reviews, with many critics complimenting his vocals as well as its uplifting message. Speaking about the track in an MTV interview, Bieber shared, "I think a lot of us forget to set intentions. As humans, we get caught up in our everyday worries and struggles. What we set our intentions on makes a difference on the outcome of our life and the quality of life that we live." Certainly a fitting thought for these confusing and trying times.
Fans were entirely enamored by the acoustic version's live performance at the Global Goal concert. Sitting at a piano, Bieber delivered a flawless rendition, once again earning praise for his voice. "The best team and the acoustic piano version of Intentions @justinbieber @QuavoStuntin," tweeted one fan, "Justin sounds so good," said another, "WOW THAT WAS SO BEAUTIFUL @justinbieber," stated one, and "Justin sounds so f**king good all the time," shared another.
Many fans could barely hold back the tears, with one tweeting, "My poor heart I love Justin so much," and another stating, "He sounded so good and his hair!! I love him so I wanna cry." And many took to simply stating, "Justin's voice," followed with a stream of crying emojis.
Some fans had one rather important criticism to share, however: "I'm going to attend another concert at 1 PM today I should sleep [right now] but Justin joined this concert at 1 AM arghhhh." It is, unfortunately, quite the struggle keeping up with the variety of virtual benefit concerts taking place amid the ongoing pandemic, but thankfully, these concerts continue to raise awareness for COVID-19 relief efforts and help raise valuable donations to help frontline workers battle it more effectively.