Def Jam/RBMGJustin Bieber wants his music to inspire movement.
The visuals, from his newly launched Changes: The Movement series, feature professional dancers performing interpretive choreography to each song. In the clip for “All Around Me,” two dancers dance a love scene as the walls close in around them.
In the clip for “Habitual,” a group of male and females dancers begin the number backstage, before pairing up for a synchronized routine on stage at an empty theater.
Last week, Justin announced he’d be launching the Changes: The Movement series, with new videos dropping every Monday and Wednesday at noon ET on YouTube.
“Here we go. As promised teamed up with my friend and choreographer @nickdemoura to make a visual album to #Changes,” Justin wrote.
“#ChangesTheMovement starts next week every Monday and Wednesday noon est on my YouTube every week. Thank you to the entire dance community.”
You may recall that Justin did a similar project for his last album: In 2015, he released Purpose: The Movement, a series of videos for each track from the album. Played together, they formed a 30-minute long dance film. Last year, VEVO announced that the visual for “Sorry” in the Purpose series was the third-most watched video globally of all time, 3.19 billion views.
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