This would block Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber from securing another No. 1 debut, as their collaborative track "I Don't Care" is expected to land at the No. 2 spot with 30 million USA streams, 40 million in airplay audience, and 60,000 downloads in its first week.
Watch the I Don't Care music video below.
After teasing fans all week, the pop stars finally debuted the visuals for their brand new collaboration on Friday (May 17), which features plenty of costumes and special effects as the two perform in front of green screens. By the time he reaches the pre-chorus's "Don't think I fit in at this party", he has swapped out his suit in favour of a giant panda costume, and it's clear this video is veering into magic realism.
This isn't the first time the duo has worked together. For the unversed, the duo had previously collaborated in 2015 for the song Love Yourself which was the part of his album objective.
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From the lyrics, it appears that the song is a tribute to the singers' life partners, i.e. Bieber's wife Hailey Baldwin and Sheeran's wife Cherry Seaborn.
He also recently partnered with YouTube for a "top-secret" project that is slated for 2020.
Further, Justin Bieber hasn't published an album since 2015's "Purpose". The site was where he first got his start in the 2000s and catapulted him to fame worldwide.