The collaboration appears on Bieber’s latest album, Justice, out now. It also is packaged with a supporting music video. Watch it above.
Over tight guitar playing and a foot drum pattern, Bieber spearheads the Harv and Shndo-produced track describing a boomerang type of love despite a wandering eye.
“I got my peaches out in Georgia / I get my weed from California / took my chick up to the North / I get my light right from the source,” Bieber sings on the chorus.
Caesar, whose last album Case Study 01 dropped in June 2019, has his work cut out when it comes to persuading his love interest to be satisfied that she is his one and only girl.
Givēon isn’t sure if he wants to be completely honest about his whereabouts, but he does want his lady to know she is the only one he wants. His sensitive and thick voice makes for a convincing argument.
Justice is the follow-up to Bieber’s 2020 LP, Changes, which earned the singer three Grammy nominations: Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Intentions” featuring Quavo) and Best Pop Solo Performance (“Yummy”).
Listen to Justin Bieber’s brand new track “Peaches,” featuring Givēon and Daniel Caesar below.