Justin Bieber: “Sorry” Is The End Of My Apologies, Not “Bothered” By Adele Competition — LISTEN HERE!
Justin Bieber says “Sorry” marks the end of his apologies. Listen below.
Bieber spoke with Kent “Smallzy” Small on Nova FM’s “Smallzy’s Surgery” radio show just after his record-breaking wins at the MTV EMAs on Sunday. The interview marked the superstar’s first since releasing “Sorry” on Friday, the second track from his upcoming album, Purpose. While the song may seem self-explanatory, Bieber offered his perspective on its true meaning.
“It’s kind of the stamp in the end of the apologies that I’m giving to people, to the media,” said the singer. “There needs to come a time where they’re just like, ‘We get it.’ And I think putting out a song saying I’m sorry kinda puts the finishing icing on the cake. I’m ready to just move on.”
But how does Bieber feel about Adele’s comeback single, “Hello,” getting released at the same time? “No worries,” he responded. “Here’s the thing: I’m such a big fan of Adele, so that doesn’t bother me not even one bit. I love her.”
And on the topic of another big star, Bieber teased his upcoming collaboration with Ed Sheeran, which will also be on his new record. “It’s a really personal song. It’s really deep,” said the Canadian crooner. Check out the full audio below!