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Justin Bieber took over NBC’TV’s Today Show on Wednesday morning to perform tracks from his newly-released album “Purpose.”
The Canadian pop superstar delivered his singles “What Do You Mean?” and “Sorry”, the track “Company”, and was joined by Big Sean for "No Pressure" and Halsey for a live rendition of "The Feeling."
Bieber also played an acoustic version of "Love Yourself", a new song co-written with Ed Sheeran and rapper Benny Blanco.
The singer says “Purpose” is a statement about his current status.
"It just reflects where I am right now and we’re going up," said Bieber. "It’s been a long journey but I think I’m in the best place I’ve ever been."
Bieber has just announced dates for a North American tour in support of the album.
The 5 month run starts March 9 in Seattle, WA, and will wrap up at New York’s Madison Square Garden on July 18.
American Express cardmembers can purchase advance tickets for the U.S. shows starting November 16 at noon local time, while general ticket sales for all shows will begin November 20 at 10 a.m. local time.
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