Justin Bieber Shares 'Justice (Complete Edition)' With Three New Tracks and Drops "Ghost" Video

The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter updated his sixth studio album with previously unreleased tracks, “Red Eye,” “Angels Speak,” and “Hailey."

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It’s an eventful week for Justin Bieber fans.

At midnight Friday, the Grammy-winning entertainer released the “complete edition” of his sixth studio album Justice. The updated version includes the tracks “Red Eye,” “Angels Speak,” and “Hailey,”; the latter, of course, serves as a tribute to the artist’s wife of three years, Hailey Baldwin Bieber. 

As pointed out by Billboard, “Angels Speak” and “Hailey” were included on the Japanese version of Justice, while the TroyBoi-produced “Red Eye” served as a bonus track on Justice’s webstore alternate cover CD, available exclusively in Europe.

3 unreleased songs FRIDAY. RED EYE, ANGELS SPEAK, HAILEY. pic.twitter.com/yksCvGd7GU

— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) October 6, 2021

You can stream Justice (Complete Edition) on Apple Music and via Spotify below. The updated version also includes the tracks that were released with the Triple Chucks Deluxeeditionof Justice, which featured tracks with Lil Uzi Vert, Jaden, Quavo, DaBaby, and Tori Kelly. The new release coincides with the premiere of the official video for “Ghost,” a standout track from the original Justice version. According to Vogue, the visual was directed by Colin Tilley and co-stars Diane Keaton as Bieber’s fictitious grandma.

“He called me up and I said, ‘yeah, sure,’” Keaton told the magazine. “I thought the song was wonderful. This was just sheer fun. All my life, I’ve been an actress and had lines, and sometimes I’ve gotten to loosen them up a little—but this was just completely loose and relaxed. Nobody ever [told me to do] anything, which made it so much fun.”

#Ghost out on Friday @justinbieber @Diane_Keaton @ColinTilley ❤️‍🩹❤️‍🩹 pic.twitter.com/K8b5G0lQil

— Bieber Fever (@bieberfever) October 7, 2021

Bieber’s Our World documentary also premiered Friday on Amazon Prime Video. The film was directed by Michael D. Ratner and provides a glimpse into the singer’s personal life and his preparation for his 2020 New Years’ Eve performance at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Stream Justice (Complete Edition) below and check out the video for “Ghost” up top.



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