Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran Release ‘I Don’t Care’

Justin Bieber Returns To Music With New Single “I Don’t Care”, A duet with Ed Sheeran.

The release comes four years after the two co-wrote Bieber’s breakup hit song “Love Yourself.” “I Don’t Care” is the first track with Bieber since July 2018, when he was featured alongside Chance the Rapper and Quavo on DJ Khaled’s track “No Brainer”.

In “I Don’t Care” Bieber touches on his public struggle of depression, singing “With all these people all around I’m crippled with anxiety/I can deal with the bad nights/When I’m with my baby.” Sheeran and Bieber sing about bad things disappearing, as long as their significant other by their side. They also sing about being carefree while not fitting in. The cheerful, carefree track will likely be a hit summer song.

Fans are anxiously awaiting Bieber to announce an album after he said one would be coming “soon” during his surprise Coachella performance. For now, fans can stream “I Don’t Care” on all platforms below here.

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