Justin Bieber has opened up his relationship with Yummy, the star’s romantic new tune with wife Healy.
The hitmaker dropped the first cut from her highly anticipated fourth studio album on Friday (January 3, 2020), and the song is a tribute to her love for the 23-year-old model.
Delicious – The couple has been tied up since the release of Bieber’s first solo – when she sings Hayley’s “It’s Delicious-Yum”, “Say This Word / Any Night, Any Day, On My Way” Yes babe yes babe, yes babe / morning or late / Say the word, on my way. “”
Calling his wife a “bonafide stallion,” he continues to search for their close relationship and says: “Rollins’ eyes curled in my head, my toes curled up. Yes, yes.”
By the end of the song, I Don’t Care star makes it clear that her relationship is more than just sex and grief: “Hop in the Hombo”, I’m on my way, “she sings.” The smile on my face. Drew House Sandals / I said you were my lady. ”
Justin and Healy first dated in 2016 after Justin’s breakup with long-time girlfriend Selena Gomez and renewed their romance in 2018 before marrying later that year. They celebrated their first anniversary with a second celebration in September last year.
Justin was signed to RBMG Records in 2008 after watching Talent Manager Scooter Braun at the age of 13 when he watched videos of the boy’s YouTube cover songs.
He became the first artist to join Beaver’s debut EP, My World, Seven, released in late 2009. One of the first recorded chart songs on the Billboard Hot 100.
He released his first studio album, My World 2.0 in 2010. It topped the charts in many countries and features the worldwide hit single “Baby”, certified by the Recording Industry Association of America.
After his debut album and promotional tour, he released his 3D biopic-concert film Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. In the years following the release of Under the Mistletoe (2011) and Believe (2012), Bieber made further changes to EDM and moved away from teen pop.
Released in 2015, Bieber’s fourth studio album Purpose was his most important and commercially successful album, which included three Billboard Hot 100 number one singles: “What Do You Mean?”, “Sorry” and “Love” Me.