Justin Bieber, Shawn Mendes to release duet 'Monster' tonight

Brenda Watkins
November 21, 2020

If it is the interpreter of "In Wonder" who first had the idea of "Monster", it is a title which also fits perfectly to the skin of Justin Bieber, he who has often expressed himself on bad sides of fame. The hitmaker like "Senorita" released "Monster", his signature duo single with the singer from "Lonely", from the upcoming album "Wonder" at midnight on Friday, November 20, and along with it, was his dark and emotional music video. "It's kind of going there.' We go there", Shawn shared with Zane Lowe on Apple Music. On which Shawn responded with, "LOL any time any day you just let me know!"

"It's about how society can put celebrities up on a pedestal and watch them fall and it seems to be this entertainment thing". And it's hard. And his heart fell deep into it. "I tried to be as real and as honest as I've ever been".

Mendes explained that Bieber was "Elvis to me" when he had just started singing, so the collaboration meant so much to him.

Shawn Mendes and Justin Bieber's 'Monster' Lyrics + Stream

Mendes said that the new album "feels like a piece of me has been written down on paper and recorded into song".

Talking about Monster, Justin and Shawn speak about "tripping", "falling" and "breaking down" in their new song. This is the human experience, "Mendes said".

The documentary will be produced by Saul Germaine, p.g.a and James Haygood, while Andrew Gertler, Shawn Mendes and Ben Winston will serve as the documentary's executive producers.

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