Posted by , Nov 6, 2015 at 07:18pm
Justin Bieber previews the video to his single "The Feeling," featuring Halsey.

Justin Bieber and his upcoming album, Purpose, have been dominating the headlines in recent weeks. Earlier this week, he dropped a new collaboration with Skrillex, "I'll Show You," to which he shared the video the next day. Now a week away from the November 13 release date, Bieber has just shared a video preview to another highly anticipated collab off Purpose, "The Feeling," featuring 21-year-old singer Halsey. 

The clip begins with a group of blonde nymphs exploring the forest as soft ambient music plays in the background. It soon becomes clear they're looking for Bieber, who shows up and begins singing around 45 seconds into the video. The background remains tranquil as Bieber sings slowly and innocently. The clip ends just as the beat starts to swell and Bieber is joined by Halsey on a hook that we'll likely be hearing everywhere once the single drops. 

We still haven't heard any of Purpose's rap collabs -- with Nas, Travi$ Scott, and Big Sean each appearing on separate songs -- so those three tracks should add a whole new vibe to the project. On November 13, Bieber will have to compete with Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign, as well as One Direction. Think Purpose is gonna take No. 1? 

Justin Bieber Previews Video To Halsey Collab "The Feeling"

Justin Bieber previews the video to his single "The Feeling," featuring Halsey.


Justin Bieber and his upcoming album, Purpose, have been dominating the headlines in recent weeks. Earlier this week, he dropped a new collaboration with Skrillex, "I'll Show You," to which he shared the video the next day. Now a week away from the November 13 release date, Bieber has just shared a video preview to another highly anticipated collab off Purpose, "The Feeling," featuring 21-year-old singer Halsey. 

The clip begins with a group of blonde nymphs exploring the forest as soft ambient music plays in the background. It soon becomes clear they're looking for Bieber, who shows up and begins singing around 45 seconds into the video. The background remains tranquil as Bieber sings slowly and innocently. The clip ends just as the beat starts to swell and Bieber is joined by Halsey on a hook that we'll likely be hearing everywhere once the single drops. 

We still haven't heard any of Purpose's rap collabs -- with Nas, Travi$ Scott, and Big Sean each appearing on separate songs -- so those three tracks should add a whole new vibe to the project. On November 13, Bieber will have to compete with Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign, as well as One Direction. Think Purpose is gonna take No. 1? 

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