Is Justin Bieber dropping new music with Big Sean? His cryptic 'six days' tweet sends fans into a frenzy

Apart from Justin Bieber, producer Tommy Brown and Big Sean also posted about the announcement, hence convincing fans that the three are in on a project

                            Is Justin Bieber dropping new music with Big Sean? His cryptic 'six days' tweet sends fans into a frenzy
Justin Bieber (Getty Images)

Justin Bieber, who was recently seen filling in for Drake in the music video for DJ Khaled's 'POPSTAR', is teasing the arrival of new music. The 'Yummy' singer, who released his fifth studio album 'Changes' in February 2020, posted a series of tweets counting down to something that's still a secret. The first tweet simply read 'ONE WEEK'.

The singer later tweeted the link to a website with the caption 'six days'. Later, the singer posted a picture of himself with the same caption 'six days' and fans were convinced that new music is coming their way soon. The singer once again tweeted the link to




Fans were quick to try and guess what all of this could mean. Many were convinced that new music is coming soon with one user writing, "I kinda love/miss this vibe more, cant wait to hear what it is." Speculation about what the release could be was high as well with one account tweeting, "@justinbieber announce something is coming next friday. He dropped this link and apparently is related to music... a song or an album???"



One Twitter user pointed out that Tommy Brown — known for producing award-winning and chart-topping records and singles for artists such as Ariana Grande, Juice Wrld, DJ Khaled and Big Sean — posted an image of Bieber with cryptic emojis on his Instagram story. "Music producer Tommy Brown posted this on his Instagram Stories. Is he involved with Justin Bieber’s upcoming era?"


The same was also pointed out by another Twitter user who, mentioning Tommy Brown, wrote, "Producer Tommy Brown hints at being involved in Justin Bieber’s new music #JB6. He has produced songs such as '7 rings', 'thank u, next', 'boyfriend' and 'Ice Cream', among others."


Big Sean's Instagram account also posted about Bieber's announcement prompting fans to believe that the Detroit rapper might be collaborating on the purported upcoming project. Pointing this out, one fan wrote, "@BigSean teases a possible collaboration on his Instagram story that could possibly be from @JustinBieber’s upcoming album." This also gave rise to the talks of Bieber's 'new era' with one account tweeting, "Justin Bieber signals his next era is arriving in 'one week'."



On a lighter note, some Twitter users also made jokes about Bieber's announcement as one said, "I hope #JustinBieber's 'next era' involves sobriety, celibacy and shoes," while another fan of Bieber remembered his last record 'Changes' in the light of the announcement of his new album. She wrote, "Justin bieber gave us an album when he showed he finally found love, peace and health in his life, how he changed and wants to grown as a person. he gave us an era where he opened himself up to us and showed how strong he is. THANKS FOR CHANGES!"



His decision to make the announcement on 9/11 was called out by some users as one, comparing it to Taylor Swift's announcement, said, "I would like to point out that Taylor Swift got dragged for announcing an album on the anniversary of One Direction, yet Justin Bieber decided to start an entire new era and album announcement on 9/11 and nobody said anything... misogyny."

Another user, blaming 2020, tweeted, "As if 2020 couldn’t get any worse, Justin Bieber has decided to tease a new era. F**k sakes."



Justin Bieber's last album, 'Changes', debuted atop the Billboard 200 and featured artists such as Quavo, Post Malone, Clever, Lil Dicky, Travis Scott, Kehlani and Summer Walker.

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