Justin Bieber's new album a ''reflection of his struggles'' is all set. The singer says he never thought he'd make it through 2019.

Justin Bieber has had quiet a eventful 2019 and kicked off his 2020 with a Yummy hit. the singer wed  Hailey Bieber, fought Lyme disease and completed his sixth studio album in the last 12 months.

But apparently, he never thought any of these would be possible, namely because he didn't think he'd survive so long. As per Variety, a tearful speech at his album listening party, the musician told the crowd, ''I don't even think I should be alive; never mind thrive.''

Bieber revealed he feels ''hurt by the industry'' and ''the people'' whom he worked with from adolescence to now. According to the outlet, he did not identify any specific instance or person who hurt him but said that he felt ''unsure about who to turn to or who to trust during those challenging times.''

One person he knew he could trust, however, was composer Scooter Braun, who walked with him through everything.

The Sorry hit maker also credited God with helping him through the depression he experienced.
''There's power in weakness,'' he told the audience.

The 25-year-old said his forthcoming album is a ''reflection of the adversity'' he has faced and thanked his fans for ''loving'' at his ''worst''.

Last but not least, the Canada-native thanked his model wife for sticking by his side. He told Baldwin, ''I love you with all my heart and I'm so proud of us.''

Then, at the conclusion of his speech, Bieber quipped, ''I've gotta get it together. I'm gonna go shoot myself,'' after which he quickly emphasised that it was a joke.

This candid admission from the singer isn't shocking considering he's discussed his personal struggles before as well.

Nevertheless, fans have never seen such a raw side of the singer and are bracing themselves for the release of his YouTube documentary, which premiers on January 27.

The World Students Society thanks News Desk, Express Tribune.


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