Justin Bieber is gearing up to bring good music to fans, months after canceling his world tour in 2022 amid a health crisis.
The 28-year-old Canadian pop star was scheduled to spend most of 2022 and the early part of 2023 on the road as part of his Justice World Tour.
However, he cancelled the tour right after a September 4, 2022, performance in Rio de Janeiro, with all the dates up to March 25, this year, called off.
At the time, Justin Bieber, the husband of model and Rhodes founder Hailey Bieber, revealed he was stepping away from the spotlight to focus on his own health.
According to The Sun, the Baby singer has been in the studio with fellow musician Skrillex, whose real name is Sonny Moore.
Bieber previously collaborated with the 35-year-old music artist on his hit track “Where Are You Now?” back in 2015, alongside Diplo and the music outfit Jack Ü.
A source confirmed to the publication, “Justin may have been out of the spotlight, but he’s constantly been in the studio.”
“He has been friends with Skrillex for years, so it just made sense to mess around and see what they came up with.”
While Skrillex, who just released his second album, titled Quest for Fire, on Thursday, February 17, is expected to release his third, Don’t Get Too Close, with a song featuring Justin on the record.