All In It

Songfacts®:

  • Justin Bieber closes his Purpose album with this song in which he encourages his listeners to follow their hearts. He ends the track with some spoken words where he tells his own story. The Canadian said at a Purpose album launch event that he included two monologues on the record (the other one is during the title track) because he wanted to be able to "talk real" with his fans.

    "I just wanted to use my voice," Bieber said. "I don't do a lot of interviews anymore, and I just wanted to be able to speak on my album and just talk real. Just give them some wisdom and stuff that I've been through in my life and just encourage them."

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