Justin Bieber has a easy message for you – and he’s reunited with Skrillex and recruited Don Toliver to ship it!
Take the person synonymous with American dubstep, add one of many greatest pop stars of a technology, and a rising star within the hip-hop world, and what do you get? You get the brand new collab that dropped on Friday (Aug. 20), when Skrillex, Justin Bieber, and Don Toliver teamed up for ‘Don’t Go.” Not solely did they drop a brand new music, however they launched a video and it’s fairly superb. Watch it above.
Followers first obtained the sense one thing was happening between Justin and Skrillex in October 2020, when Bieber shared a photograph of him in a room with a big group of collaborators, together with Skrillex, Jon Bellion, Maejor, Ant Clemons and Justin’s frequent songwriter, Poo Bear (h/t Billboard.) “None of us requested to be born. Life is a pure reward.. i’m grateful that everybody on this room was born. Having the ability to create one thing from nothing that may final without end and converse to peoples hearts is one thing i don’t take evenly,” Justin captioned the shot.
On Aug. 16, Justin teased the collab with a pair of pictures. Within the shot – and within the video teaser that Skrillex shared just a few days later – Justin had dreadlocks, indicating that the video was shot earlier than he shaved his head in late Could 2021.
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) August 16, 2021
“Don’t Go” marks a reunion for Justin and Skrillex. The 2 have labored collectively previously, most notably on “The place Are Ü Now,” the hit music from Skrillex and Diplo’s supergroup, Jack Ü. Skrillex additionally produced plenty of songs on Justin’s Goal, “together with arguably the most important lower from the album, “Sorry.” The music has since been licensed Diamond by the RIAA, and it grew to become Justin’s second music to hit No. 1 on the Billboard Scorching 100. The primary was “What Do You Imply?”, the primary single from Goal.
Since then, Justin has racked up a complete of eight No. 1s: “What Do You Imply?” “Sorry,” “Love Your self,” DJ Khaled’s “I’m The One (with Quavo, Likelihood The Rapper, and Lil Wayne), Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito,” “Caught With U” (with Ariana Grande), “Peaches” (with Giveon and Daniel Caesar, and, most not too long ago, The Child LAROI’s “Keep.” Justin is now tied with Drake with essentially the most No. 1 amongst Canadians within the historical past of the Scorching 100. The Weeknd is second with 6, whereas Bryan Adams and Celine Dion are tied at 4.
Justin’s most up-to-date album, Justice, arrived in March 2021, roughly a 12 months after he launched Adjustments. Don Tolliver’s L.O.A.D. (Reside Of A Don) album was imagined to drop in July, but it surely missed the deadline. Skrillex returned to music in 2021 after a quick hiatus, and has launched a handful of songs thus far this 12 months.