After teasing his upcoming album with a single, documentary series and world tour announcement, Justin Bieber has finally revealed the title and release date of his latest project.
“Changes,” the 25-year-old pop singer’s fifth studio album, is set for release Feb. 14. In a video announcement last month, he called the upcoming work – his first album in five years – “The music I’ve loved the most out of anything I’ve done.”
Late Monday night, he also released a new single, “Changes,” featuring Kehlani. The first single promoting the new album, “Yummy,” debuted Jan. 3. Bieber’s “Changes” tour begins May 14 in Seattle.
Bieber also celebrated the premiere of his YouTube Originals documentary series, “Justin Bieber: Seasons,” Monday night in Los Angeles. The series is set to further explain the singer’s health issues, among other topics. Earlier this month, Bieber revealed he was recently diagnosed with Lyme disease and had “a serious case of chronic mono.”