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Sure, Justin Bieber‘s been through a lot over the course of this past year–he went through a break up, he lost ownership of his monkey and he had to apologize to Bill Clinton after throwing some shade his way–but he isn’t a bad guy. And on his latest Music Monday release, “All Bad,” he’s pulling out all the stops to convince you he’s different.
“I ain’t all bad,” he sings over and over on the mopey electro track, which has the Biebz talking about females that run their mouth and then trying to get at him behind his girl’s back.
But he’s not like the others, as he tries to convince his lady love with the line, “I might make you mad, so mad, my bad,” but he’s going to be there for her. And why you ask? Because he ain’t all bad.
Bieber has already previewed five tracks for fans–“Heartbreaker,” “All That Matters,” “Hold Tight,” “Recovery” and “Bad Day”–as part of his Music Monday series, giving them all a sneak peek at his new, more mature style. No word on when his next album, the follow-up to 2012’s Believe, will be released.