Justin Bieber Is Shirtless and Praying on ‘Purpose’ Cover
If the answer is "yes," you should take a break from the Internet for the rest of your life. If the answer is "no," you're either a fervent Belieber or you live under a rock. In any case, you're free to read on, because Bieber just unveiled his Purpose album cover and he's naked from the waist up.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the cover was designed by famed Los Angeles street artist Retna. The image (which you can check out above or in a nifty little collage over on Bieber's Instagram) shows a black-and-white image of the "Boyfriend" singer, heavily tattooed and shirtless, with his head bowed down in prayer.
Bieber has never shied away from his Christian beliefs (which, in the past, led to one of the most iconic and made fun of acceptance speeches in awards show history) and Purpose is set to explore his faith in further detail.
Bieber told USA Today that the upcoming album will deal with the themes of “growing, being in touch with yourself…Hope and faith, that’s what’s gotten me through this too, my faith. What I believe in. You’re around some people sometimes and it might taint what you believe. I think that’s what happened with me, I lowered my beliefs.”
Purpose hits shelves on November 13. Does this artwork make you want a physical copy of the album? Will you be purchasing One Direction’s Made in the A.M. instead? Did you save Bieber's nude photos to your desktop computer? Let us know!
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