After taking an extended break to take care of his "mind, heart and soul," Justin Bieber is back and wasting no time! Last year he dipped his toe back into the pool with a couple of collaborations, one with Ed Sheeran on the track "I Don't Care" and the other with country duo Dan & Shay for the ballad "10,000 Hours", both of which performed pretty well on the Billboard Charts. He started off the New Year and the new decade with the release of his solo track, "Yummy", which will be on his forthcoming album (yet to be named) which is rumored to have a release date of sometime in May.

But his most ambitious project might not be creating another album or song, but instead explaining what he's been up to for the last few years, and how he's grown. And he's using his new YouTube Series "Justin Bieber: Seasons" as the vehicle to deliver his fans that information.

"Seasons" is set to premiere on YouTube January 27th at noon. According to the description on Bieber's own YouTube channel, "For the very first time, the world’s biggest superstar, Justin Bieber, is pulling back the curtain and giving fans an intimate look into the past few years of his life. From the joys of marriage to the struggles through difficult seasons, Justin opens up to reveal his biggest challenges as he gets back into the studio to record his first album since 2015."

Bieber's new project come on the heels of the release of one of his most notorious ex-girlfriend's new album and single. Selena Gomez, Justin's former flame, came out swinging at the end of last year with her single "Lose You To Love Me", which many speculated was a candid description of her tumultuous relationship with Bieber. And when the song came out, Bieber caught all kinds of heat from the press and from Gomez fans. There's speculation the new series is a way of airing his side of the story. Bieber's new wife, Hailey Baldwin, even says in the trailer for "Seasons" that "Maybe by watching this, people will get a glimpse into his world."

Check out the trailer and Justin's new video for "Yummy" below.

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