Justin Bieber is scheduled to debut his ‘movie’ music video at midnight for his Holy collaboration with Chance the Rapper.
But the Canadian-born popstar had a busy Thursday before the premiere as he watched Los Angeles on a bright yellow Vespa.
He also teamed up with his wife Hailey later in the day to hype with fans ahead of his new music release.
Busy Bieber: Just hours before the premiere of his new song and music video Holy, Justin Bieber took to the sights of Los Angeles on a Vespa on Thursday
The Sorry singer, 26, wore soft yellow fabric shorts and a white Saintwoods hoodie as he took to the streets.
Pulling on Kanye’s Yeezy-branded white foam RNNRs, he was sure to add protection with a black helmet.
Justin was a fixture on the light-up moped as a security guard followed closely behind on a motorcycle.
Earlier today, he was spotted eating pizza in Beverly Hills before heading home and taking a walk.
Stylish style: The Sorry singer, 26, wore muted yellow soft fabric shorts and a white Saintwoods hoodie as he took to the streets
En route: Departed from his new home in Beverly Hills, which he bought in August for $ 28.5 million. Putting on Kanye’s Yeezy brand white foam RNNRs, he was sure to add protection with a black helmet
Tease: Once back home, he donned a third outfit as he posed for a mirror selfie with his model wife. “Are you ready for tonight?” he wrote next to the pic teasing his next first video
Once back home, he donned a third outfit as he posed for a mirror selfie with his model wife.
“Are you ready for tonight?” he wrote next to the picture teasing his next debut video.
In a wide stance, the singer wore pink sweatshirts and a light pink hoodie with white sneakers.
Meanwhile, Hailey, 23, flaunted her model legs in blue and white mini shorts adorned with white flowers and a gray crew-neck sweater as she looked at her husband.
Coming soon: Justin to release new song with Chance the Rapper in the opening minutes of Friday
Favorite Director: The song will debut alongside video directed by Colin Tilley who also directed his videos Never Let You Go, U Smile, Next to You, and No Brainer, among others
Justin is expected to release his new song with the Chicago rapper in the opening minutes of Friday.
The song will debut alongside the video directed by Colin Tilley who also directed his videos Never Let You Go, U Smile, Next to You and No Brainer, among others.
He first teased the new music that was coming on September 11, writing “a week” on all of his social media accounts, sending fans guessing that new music was coming on the 18th.
“See you at the premiere.” It’s a @ColinTilley movie. #HOLY with @chancetherapper ‘Bieber – who has 415.6 million social media followers – tweeted.
“See you at the premiere!” It’s a movie ”: The street sighting of Justin came hours after teasing his next social media premiere
BTS: Bieber plays a construction worker in the music video directed by Colin Tilley (R), who also directed Cardi B’s WAP video, and it also features NCIS star Wilmer Valderrama as a soldier
‘New era. New single. It begins.’
The former YouTube sensation plays a construction worker in the clip directed by Tilley, who also directed the WAP video for Cardi B, and it also features NCIS star Wilmer Valderrama as a soldier.
Justin’s on-screen star is played by Grown-ish star Ryan Destiny, who won a song contest in 2011 to attend the red carpet premiere of his concert film Never Say Never.
Justin last released his fifth studio album, Changes, on February 14, which debuted atop the Billboard Hot 200.
The downside: He first teased the new music that was coming on September 11, writing “a week” on all of his social media accounts, sending fans guessing that new music was coming on the 18th.
The album became Bieber’s seventh number one, making him the youngest to complete time at 25. The record was previously held by Elvis Presley at 26.
Changes spawned his number two Billboard Hot 100, Yummy, and he was scheduled to tour the album May through September with Kehlani and Jaden Smith, though dates are slated until 2021 due to the pandemic.
For further promotion of the album, he also starred in Justin Bieber: Seasons, a 10-episode documentary series on Youtube where he discussed the pressure he had early in his career to be successful.
Prior to his fifth studio album, he last released Purpose in 2015 and toured from 2016 to 2017 before ending the tour early to focus on his sanity.
After a very long hiatus from the music, he returned to the stage for a surprise performance at Coachella when headlining Ariana Grande in April 2019.