In anticipation of his album release on Nov. 13, Justin Bieber has dropped a new single and accompanying video, much to the delight of his millions of fans. Following dance songs “What Do You Mean” and “Sorry,” the new track, called “I’ll Show You,” sees the pop singer slowing things down a bit to address his life in the spotlight and the troubled few years he's now putting behind him. “This life's not easy, I'm not made out of steel,” sings a reflective Justin, who is seen in the video exploring some of the world’s most stunning landscapes. “Don't forget that I'm human, don't forget that I'm real.” The Skrillex-produced track comes only days after the Stratford, Ont. native apologized for walking off stage during a performance in Norway. The Canadian star had complained that people in the front row weren't listening to him and tried to grab at his clothes while he mopped up spilt water. He later took to his Instagram to clear up the incident, writing, “In no way did I mean to come across mean, but chose to end the show as the people in the front row would not listen. Hopefully people will understand where I am coming from."
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