Listen: Justin Bieber Opens Up About Mental Health Struggles on Remix of 50 Cent’s ‘Many Men’
Flexing his rapping skill, the Canadian superstar also delivers bars about his musical hiatus, religion, gluten-free lifestyle as well as his marriage to Hailey Baldwin.
AceShowbiz –Justin Bieber is currently working hard in the studio. Giving fans a look at what he has been doing, the Canadian superstar shared on Instagram Stories on Friday, October 11 a video of him listening to a remix of 50 Cent‘s “Many Men” that he recorded.
On the song, Justin can be heard flexing his rapping skill as he delivers bars about his musical hiatus, religion, gluten-free lifestyle as well as his marriage to Hailey Baldwin. “Took a couple years off/ Shed a couple tears, dawg/ Messed up here and there/ No fear here dawg,” he raps. “Got a wife, livin’ life, livin’ right, yeah, it’s tight/ Gluten-free, look at me/ Who wouldn’t thought I’d be nice/ When I rap I will slap on the beat/ I attack with the heat.”
In addition to that, he opens up about his battle with depression. “They put me on some medicine/ Never thought that my depression would depend on it/ I resent it,” he continues spitting. “Going hard, running on adrenaline/ Been a victim of the system, I’m a Christian with a vision, I’m a gentleman.”
For those who wish Justin will release a full version of the remix, prepare to be disappointed. Justin has made it clear that it would not be included in his upcoming project. “Not album stuff just messing around while Hailey’s doing something video stuff in the other room… It is tight though,” the “Baby” singer said.
Justin is currently working on his fifth studio album, which he announced during an Instagram Live session after the release of his Dan + Shay collaboration “10,000 Hours”. He revealed during the session, “I’m putting out an album this year.” When Hailey asked him, “This year meaning before 2020? I thought you already were doing it this year,” Justin replied, “Album coming out this year … legit though, like this year.”
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