Justin Bieber has just dropped his latest album Purpose. Chartwise the album is in a tight battle with One Direction’s Made In The AM worldwide over that top spot. Since releasing his last album Believe the singer has had a fairly turbulent three years which includes the singer dropping an EP which helped with the transition the singer was trying to make from teen heartthrob to being a credible artist. Believe and Journals helped with that but his personal life was being scrutinised more than ever which looking back only heightened the expectations on the comeback of the singer.
I personally felt the album would carry on the route to being more RnB based like some of his more recent-previous work, however it seemed the singer was heading into a more electro-dance theme for the album with the huge success’ of Where Are You Now and Sorry which I felt would be heavily reflected on the album. In fact the album merely showcases Justin’s versatility as he has records on there which are quite minimal such as Mark My Words and Ed Sheeran penned Love Yourself which show off his vocals to the more RnB influenced No Pressure and No Sense.
The album itself merge’s all these sound’s together effortlessly and he really makes it work well, it is an album in which you can put on and vibe to. The album is also helping Justin with that musical transition and show’s his growth as an artist and is a very good comeback album from the singer.