While ‘Lonely’ and ‘Holy,’ the first two singles from Justin Bieber‘s yet-titled sixth studio album, have been consistent top performers on the Hot 100 (with the latter racking up over 3 months of buoyancy in the tally’s top 10), their follow-up – the January 1-released ‘Anyone’ – hasn’t exactly enjoyed the same fanfare.
By no means a commercial failure as it debuted at #6 on the hitlist, however the The Monsters & Strangerz-produced song quickly lost its grip to the top 10 – slipping to #26 just three weeks after its chart premiere.
In an effort to turn the tide on the fate of ‘Anyone,’ Bieber has unveiled yet another music video in its support. The antithesis of the tune’s original, Colin Tilley-directed visual, the black-and-white alternate swaps out the cinematic gloss of its predecessor to serve stripped down and intimate instead.
Focused solely and Justin and his wife, Hailey, look inside to see the GRAMMY-winning singer’s latest ode to his boo.