Justin Bieber Set To Release 'All Bad' As Next Song On Sunday

Justin Bieber Announces ‘All Bad’ As Next Single, You Could Hear A Pin Drop

Justin Bieber has just announced “All Bad” will be the next jam from his creatively imagined “Music Mondays” series. Obviously, the blood sport otherwise known as the Biebs’ share of the entertainment news cycle has gone into overdrive right now, but for the purposes of this piece the spotlight is on the teen star’s art.

The previous five singles — “Heartbreaker,” “All That Matters,” “Hold Tight,” “Recovery,” and “Bad Day” (easily the catchiest) — each topped iTunes charts in multiple territories while debuting on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. “Heartbreaker” peaked highest at No. 13.

Each single has been strikingly different to the big, radio hits like “Beauty and A Beat,” “Baby” and songs of old. Conceived on what’s been a scorched earth Believe tour and set against a backdrop of Bieber’s overly-scrutinized breakup from actress-singer Selena Gomez, the 19-year-old’s diary-like songs offer highly personalized lyrics, off-kilter R&B productions, mature vocals atop amorphous soundscapes from producers such as T-Minus, Maejor Ali, and The Audibles.

Justin Bieber Prepares To Drop ' All Bad' Single