The album of Justin Bieber Changes was not the greatest success of his discography. In fact, it sold considerably less copies than its predecessor, Purpose. Surprisingly, Bieber seems to be taking much advantage of the changes.
How are you doing this? Well, it has been churning out EPs composed of songs from the album. The first was a collection of songs with themes of R&B called R & Bieber. His latest EP is a collection of the songs of the Changes that your wife likes the favorite of Hailey. Here is a look at each one of the songs on the EP.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber | Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic
5. “That’s what love is”
Here is a perfect song for a wedding. In fact, it is so perfect for a wedding that Bieber sang at your wedding. The song has a Spanish guitar with a sound attraction of the 1990s that sounds quite nostalgic.
“That’s what love is” by Justin Bieber
The falsetto of Bieber taking center stage near the end of the track. It is a wonder we do not use it more often when it sounds so delicate and haunting. This is a song about the romance of a very mature and adult, so it is not surprising that it has a special place in the heart of Mrs. Bieber.
4. “E. T. A.”
Here is another song, that sees Bieber and incorporating more guitar than usual in his music. If Bieber continues in the musical direction of “That’s What Love” Is and “E. T. A.”, could end up being a superstar of the soft rock. It could give the genre of soft rock a shot very much needed in the arm.
“E. T. A.” by Justin Bieber
There is nothing particularly romantic in a E. T. A. – except in the hands of Bieber. Here, Bieber makes the simple task of asking for an E. T. A. Sounds like a beautiful moment between man and wife. This track manages to capture the cloning romantic in a way strangely identifiable. At this point, I Bieber could sing a shopping list and make it sound romantic!
Here Bieber deeper side of electronic sound with a beautiful opening riff, synth. Music trap can sometimes sound threatening, but “Available” demonstrates that it can sound nice. The vocal performance more relaxed, Bieber makes the song sound comforting.
“Available” by Justin Bieber
The letter also addresses the issue of the separation of the couples due to scheduling problems. That is something that the superstars like the Biebers have faced, but all couples face it at some point. I suppose that the Biebers are not so different from the rest of us after all!
If you’re going to name an album after one of its tracks, it is best not to disappointment. “Change” rises to the occasion. In the song, Bieber says that he wants to be the best version of yourself for your wife.
“Changes” by Justin Bieber
“Changes” also includes one of the letters most poignant of the album. On the track, Bieber sings, “Though I’m going through changes / I don’t want to say that you have changed.” What a very simple and effective to discuss who you are in the midst of turmoil.
1. Feat “Intentions”. Quavo
Minimalism is trendy in pop music. Bieber climbs in the car with intentions. The riff synth of this track is very low, but still manages to hypnotize.
“Intentions” of Justin Bieber
This list does not include any function in addition to Quavo. By intentions, and Quavo once again proves that his lyricism can work well in a pop song. His bars on the commitment to complement the rest of the album to perfection.
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