The 25-year-old singer posted a retro photo on Instagram, in which he is wearing a dark sweatshirt and sporting a silver earring while looking straight into the camera.
He is being hugged by a blonde girl, who is smiling at him.
She captioned the shot: “16 year ole me.”
She also shared some photobooth pictures of her and Bieber, captioned: “my only bubba.”
The couple married last year after a 10-year friendship.
Trivium, Megadeth and Stone Sour for virtual metal festival Slay At Home
The live-streamed event, which will take place across this coming Friday and Saturday (May 29-30), has been organised by Metal Injection editor Frank Godla. Fans will be able to tune in for free via the outlet’s official YouTube channel.
Dubbed as a “virtual music and art festival”, the broadcast will feature sets from Trivium’s Matt Heafy, Bush’s Gavin Rossdale, Suicide Silence, Allegaeon, Tesseract and more. Members of Stone Sour, Megadeth, GWAR, and more, meanwhile, are expected to be involved in collaborative performances over the course of the weekend.
Music aside, there will also be appearances from Orange Is the New Black star Jessica Pimentel, comedian Don Jamieson and other entertainment figures.
Golda explained: “I’m trying to look at the bright side of our current situation, and not only make this an entertaining way to see the artists you love flex their creativity in new ways, but hope this event acts as a place of discovery for every viewer out there.”
You can see the full line-up in the above video, and tune in to the Day One and Day Two feeds below.
Though Slay At Home is free to access, viewers are encouraged to make donations to MusiCares and Global Giving. The former launched a relief fund for artists impacted financially by the coronavirus crisis back in March, while the latter is raising money in a bid to help stop COVID-19’s spread and protect the most vulnerable.
Meanwhile, Megadeth’s David Ellefson recently shared a metal rendition of Post Malone‘s ‘Over Now’. “We’re all fans of Posty, and he’s also been a huge fan of Megadeth and all things metal,” the bassist said upon its release.
Listen to Celeste’s Finneas-produced new single ‘I Can See The Change’
The soul singer, who featured in the NME 100 list this year, released the stirring ballad earlier this evening (May 27) after sharing its official artwork on Twitter.
“I can see the change/ Come what may, I won’t regret today/ I can see the change/ Feel the pace of everything“, she sings over piano in the opening verse. As the track progresses, subtle orchestral elements are introduced to accompany Celeste’s powerful vocals.
Listen to the song below:
Celeste explained that the inspiration behind the track came at what was “a strange time” in her life. “I was feeling flat. I felt disconnected from myself and the world around me so I knew something needed to change,” she said.
“Ultimately the song is about hope and change but knowing that to obtain this requires effort, patience and conviction.”
In a review of her London headline show late last year, NME hailed Celeste as being “a once-in-a-generation talent” who was “primed for superstardom”.
“With a voice that balances the fragility of Billie Holiday against the sheer power of Aretha Franklin, she’s the finest British soul singer to emerge in years.”
Meanwhile, ‘I Can See The Change’ producer Finneas has been at work on new Billie Eilish material while in quarantine.
“We’ve been in the studio, which just means Finneas’ basement, basically,” Eilish explained in a recent interview. “We wrote a whole song in its entirety, an entire song, which is kind of rare for us to just write a whole song in one.”
Carly Rae Jepsen says she’s made an “entire quarantine album” during lockdown
Carly Rae Jepsen has revealed that she’s already made an “entire quarantine album” during lockdown alongside longtime collaborator Tavish Crowe.
Speaking on the Switched On Pop podcast, Jepsen explained: “Tavish [Crowe] and I have already made an entire quarantine album, and it is very different, it’s kind of fun! We had to do it around Zoom or things like that so it’s been like a challenge but a really fun one! You kind of write differently that way.”
The ‘Want You In My Room’ singer suggested the process offered advantages as well as limitations. “You have more time to have space inbetween the decisions you’re making and more time to kind of be away from the song for a minute,” she explained in the interview, “so I find it to be a whole new style of going at it, and I like it.”
‘Dedicated Side B’, which features a collaboration with Bleachers (a project of Jack Antonoff), is the first release of Jepsen’s since she dropped the one-off track ‘Let’s Be Friends’ earlier this year.
Hopefully, the quarantine record won’t share the same fate as Jepsen’s disco album, which she revealed existed last year, but said would never see the light of day.
Speaking to SF Weekly, she explained that she “had an album I named ‘Disco Sweat’ that will probably never be released, and shouldn’t.”
The record reflected Jepsen’s hopes to create “an understated disco, living room dance party thing”, she explained, adding that it was influenced by her time in Sweden exploring the discographies of ABBA and other 70s-era disco acts.
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