With just one week to go until he releases his long-awaited new album Changes, Justin Bieber on Friday released his new song "Intentions."
The new track, which is a collaboration with Migos member Quavo, arrived today with an accompanying video, which seems to be equally as important as the song itself, if not more so. It's the latest preview of the full album, coming Feb. 14.
The "Intentions" video is meant to highlight and support the Los Angeles organization Alexandria House, a non-profit which aids women and children escaping dangerous home lives with safe housing. In the clip, both Bieber and Quavo show up and surprise some of the women who transitioned from the center and are seeking to help others.
They offer one person studio time to fulfill a dream and another unexpectedly gets a car. It's a heartwarming, emotional clip and, perhaps not by coincidence, it also shows that Bieber, who has had his share of personal ups and downs in recent years, is in a good place.
At the end of the video, Bieber reveals he has set up a $200,000 fund to benefit the Alexandria House, inviting fans to donate if they want to help the organization as well.
See the video below.