And while the tagline reads young and free, the singer is keen to make clear that this period of life is about being free from the drama of his past.
Speaking to the publication, the 27-year-old said:
“I don’t want to let my shame of my past dictate what I’m able to do now for people. A lot of people let their past weigh them down, and they never do what they want to do because they think that they’re not good enough. But I’m just like: ‘I did a bunch of stupid shit. That’s okay. I’m still available. I’m still available to help. And I’m still worthy of helping.’ ”
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