Justin Bieber, Shawn Mendes releases duet 'Monster'

Lawrence Kim
November 20, 2020

The two pop stars wrote the song with Daniel Caeser, Frank Dukes, and Mustafa, the Poet. "Monster" marks the first time the two musicians have worked together, according to People.

The Canadian singer and songwriter Shawn Mendes' new song Wonder will be released in the sequel to the documentary Shawn Mendes: In Wonder streaming on Netflix from November 23, 2020. He comes across a platform where he and Bieber cross paths. Wearing casual clothes, they strip bare their emotions while lightning flashes around them.

In Justin's portion of the song, he could be heard belting, "I was 15 when the world put me on a pedestal".

He continued: "It was a time when I was really afraid of my industry and afraid of my craft and afraid of everything. Made some bad moves trying to act cool, upset by their jealousy". "I was nine when "One Time" came out, and I completely was all in", Shawn shared with Zane Lowe on Apple Music. "And him and I, even yesterday, were on the phone for an hour and had the deepest conversation, I think, about so much".

"Now all of a sudden I was listening to it one day, and I just started my relationship with Justin". "He was Elvis to me".

Mendes said that the new album "feels like a piece of me has been written down on paper and recorded into song. I'm just competitive as is he so it was just a little playful jargon". "This is the human experience".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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