Justin Bieber About His ‘Honest’ MV With Don Toliver

Fans wait is over, the Canadian singer drops his second musical video directed by Cole Bennett. Justin Bieber collabs with Don Toliver in his new single- ‘Honest’.

Earlier this week Justin first shared, ‘I Feel Funny’, that was also directed by Cole Bennett. Bieber delivered his forever intended new single – ‘Honest’ together with it’s chilly video interpretation. 

Interestingly, Justin Bieber’s ‘I Feel Funny and Honest’, both shooted on the same set. The video for ‘I Feel Funny’, used as a teaser for – ‘Honest’. Started as a joke between Justin Bieber and director Cole Bennett with the latter explaining. ” I went into his trailer and said ‘Remember that song you sent me? Let’s shoot a video for it on my phone in between takes of the actual video'”.

Likewise, in the Honest’ video, Bieber dressed in a white balaclava with puffa jacket. It takes to the slopes on his snowmobile and hangs out in a rather fine ski lodge as he, Toliver and their partners enjoy the snow. 

Justin Bieber also called out BEAM, the Jamaican- American rapper, aside from Don and Cole. Justin said about BEAM, “helped write this song and yeah, once again, his little pockets are crazy and I love experimenting with new pockets, new rhythms. I’m a drummer, so for me being able to experiment with those little pockets is it’s fun”. During a latest interview with Ebro Darden, Bieber said of ‘No Idea ‘artist Toliver that – “I just love his melodies these are honestly insane. He has a really amazing cadence to his songs and his music. And I’m just a genuine fan. He’s very unique.”

Justin Bieber is out on his exclusive ‘Justice’ world tour, that delayed due to COVID. Between his tour, the singer crashed the festivities on April 15 for surprise performance of Peaches with friend Daniel Caesar. Indeed, Justin Bieber came on the opening night of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Mashfak Qureshi is an entertainment journalist, who brings facts and knowledge in the simplest form and believes in questioning.