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Justin Bieber is teasing something big for 2020. Exactly what that big things is, we don’t quite know. That’s TBD. But our best guess is that the pop singer is finally coming out with a new album, his first since 2015’s hugely success Purpose. Or it could be something totally different. His social media breadcrumb trail has many paths.

Bieber isn’t giving fans much to go on following his Instagram post and tweet on Wednesday, which simply included a black image with white font that spelled out ‘2020.’ So, at some point during the 12 months, 52 weeks and 365 days, Justin Bieber is going to do something. Get ready? Read on for our best (educated) guesses.

NEW MUSIC

The most likely answer is that Bieber is dropping new music. In November, Bieber filed trademarks for the term R&Bieber, a phrase he also posted on Instagram along with camera, eyes and musical note emojis. New album, who dis? R&Bieber, that’s who. Following that announcement, Justin also let his fans know that if another Instagram post got 20 million likes, he would release an album before Christmas. The post appears to have been deleted, so instead listen to “Mistletoe” because that’s all we’re getting from the Biebs this holiday season.

MORE DREW CLOTHING

Bieber has been actively releasing new pieces of his very loud fashion line Drew House, with the clothing label bearing his middle name, Drew. The smiley face fashion collection of sweatshirts, sweatpants, toques and cell phone stickers has been seen on Millie Bobby Brown, Big Sean and Toronto Maple Leafs player Auston Matthews, so it’s possible that 2020 could feature even more pieces from Drew House. Maybe something with a button or zipper? The sky is the limit.

 

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Love to see @milliebobbybrown in @drewhouse 🔥🔥🥰🥰🥰

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A HOCKEY TEAM

Speaking of Matthews, Bieber’s 2020 project could include some type of crossover with hockey. The Canadian superstar is a devoted Toronto Maple Leafs fan, often posting pictures of players on his social media. Bieber and his wife Hailey Bieber have been spotted at numerous games and Justin grew up playing hockey. The Leafs don’t need help selling tickets, but it could be interesting to see Bieber follow in Drake’s footsteps with the Toronto Raptors and become the team’s official ambassador. If that happens, those hard-to-get tickets could become completely unattainable.

 

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SOCIAL ACTION

Following his marriage this year to Hailey Baldwin, his commitment to therapy and his renewed faith, Bieber appears to be favouring a lot of introspection. Most recently, the singer publicly apologized for his previous mistakes, including making racially insensitive jokes and opted to “take ownership of all my shortcomings.” Could Bieber be starting a social movement to help destigmatize mental health, while also encouraging others to seek treatment in order to better deal with their own issues and behaviours? It wouldn’t win a Grammy but considering Bieber’s clout with young people around the world, it would have a huge impact.

RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT

Bieber has been vocal about his commitment to God throughout his career, but his faith has been strengthened since the singer got sober over the past two years. Bieber frequently posts about God and most recently has been sharing prayers on his social media feed. Could he be pulling a Kanye West and releasing a non-secular album? It’s possible. Praise Yeezus, praise Biebus.

 

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GOOD MORNING HERE IS A GUIDED PRAYER TO START YOUR DAY,! FIND A COMFY POSITION AND ENJOY! @churchome @judahsmith

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Guess we’ll all have to wait and see.