After their 2015 hit collab 'Love Yourself', Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran have teamed up once again for a new single called 'I Don't Care'. The upbeat song features both the chart dominators singing in parts and taking turns in providing the background vocals. The lyrics of the song speak about the singers' love interest, and the chorus goes like this: "You can take me anywhere / And you’re making me feel like I’m loved by somebody / I can deal with the bad nights / When I’m with my baby, yeah."
The artistes have been teasing the song's release on their social media accounts, with Bieber constantly tweeting live updates and a countdown leading up to the release. Bieber even posted a collaboration of his face with Ed Sheeran's, and captioned it as "Less than 6 hours until we combine."
Sheeran's last album 'Divide' was released in 2017, and Bieber’s last album 'Purpose' was released in 2015. After their collab on Bieber’s 'Purpose', Bieber and Sheeran recently appeared on Lil Dicky's 'Earth', as a baboon and a koala respectively. Teasing the new single, Bieber had shared two side-by-side photos of him and Sheeran on his Instagram and Twitter pages. The singers can be seen posing against a green backdrop, looking over their shoulder at the camera with a smirk. Sheeran combined the two photos for an Instagram post and captioned it perfectly with the countdown starting: "10. Photoshop spoon."
On Friday, Bieber and Sheeran dropped another huge hint by posting a poll on their Instagram stories asking their followers if they want new music. "Do you want new music?" wrote the musicians, with three options for fans to pick from. The three answer options given were "Yes," "No" and "Idc [I don’t care]."
The artistes also shared preview snippets of the song just hours before it dropped. 'I Don't Care' has dropped after Bieber was slammed by fans for his Instagram post supporting alleged abuser Chris Brown, in which he wrote that Brown equals Tupac Shakur and Michael Jackson put together.
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