• Justin Bieber's wife, Hailey Baldwin, has helped provide him a sense of stability after he'd struggled with life in the spotlight. Changes, the first album released by the Canadian pop star since getting married, is a fulsome tribute to her.

    Over a twanging acoustic guitar, Bieber sings on the title track that he's now a changed person. However, these changes don't mean that his love for her will ever falter.
  • Bieber concludes the song with an overt nod to his Christian faith.

    Uh, people change, circumstances change
    But God always remains the same

    The lyric is a reference to Letter to the Hebrews 13:8 in the New Testament which reads: "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, and today, and forever."
  • Justin Bieber co-wrote "Changes" with his "Yummy" collaborators Jason "Poo Bear" Boyd, and Noah Sammak plus the Canadian songwriting and producing duo The Messingers.
  • Changes debuted at #1 on the Billboard albums chart. At age 25, Bieber became the youngest solo artist to clock up seven chart-topping albums. The title was previously held by Elvis Presley, who was 26 and 11 months old when he did it.


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