Justin Bieber is so excited about his next “Music Monday” release he’s already teased the title of his next single, “All That Matters.” The new song rolls out at midnight on October 14 and is a cut from his Journals collection.
Taking to Instagram earlier today (Oct.10), Justin posted a silhouetted picture of himself on stage. It was captioned, “All That Matters is next on #MusicMondays lets go.”
The 19-year-old kicked off a 10-week release series four days ago with first single “Heartbreaker,” which went on to top iTunes charts in over 56 countries. The next nine singles will premiere in the same mode every week until December.
The emotionally frank, R&B slow jam sparked yet more speculation about his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez after the Canadian publicly admitted the song was about his own relationship break-up.
In a statement on Instagram and Twitter, Bieber said “Heartbreaker” was, “A song for people going through a heartbreak—like I was when I wrote it. It means so much to me to be able to share what I was, and still am going through, with my fans. I’m very proud of this song and I hope it gives my fans some insight into my heart.”
(Photo: Justin Bieber Instagram, posted Oct.10.)
Within eight hours the post received 574,000 “likes” and will undoubtedly rise. The singer tweeted the same message to his over 45 million followers in a later Twitter surge.
“JUST GETTING STARTED with this One – All That Matters is next (sic),” Bieber wrote.
Many may have expected the next “Music Mondays” single to be a Rodney Jerkins produced (and possibly co-written) song most likely titled “Rollercoaster,” after Justin teased a snippet of the up-tempo in an Instavid.
Of course, the two songs could be one and the same as “Rollercoaster” is a presumed title.
As yet nothing is known about “All That Matters,” but the singer recently told fans his new music is his way of “letting me tell how i feel. that is what the #journals are all about. Im letting you in (sic).”
Bieber is currently in Seoul, South Korea on the Asia leg of his Believe world tour. It’s the singer’s first time in the country and he is performing at the city’s Olympic Park complex in Songpa-gu, Bangi-dong today.
It’s rumored the pop prince will be joined onstage by native superstars Psy and G-Dragon.
Along with manager Scooter Braun, who also handles the “Gangnam Style” star and is in Seoul to oversee the concert, Justin hung out with Psy and G-Dragon after arriving on Tuesday (Oct. 8).
At some point during their meet the group swung by a recording studio, later posting tweets about the session.
Referring to his show and likely guest cameos, earlier today Bieber tweeted, “show day in Korea. I got some surprises. #BelieveTour,” adding:
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