Justin Bieber's Latest Music Video Spotlights Women and Children in Crisis
Spreading awareness by teaming up with Alexandria House to support people affected by homelessness.
With the release of his upcoming album Changes right around the corner, Justin Bieber has released another single from the anticipated project, this time teaming up with Migos rapper Quavo for the catchy track “Intentions.”
The video for the song differs from the singer’s previous visuals, this time teaming up with Alexandria House in a mission to not only educate people on the ever-growing issue of homelessness, but to encourage donations to support women and children in crisis. “Our current reality is that there are women with babies, toddlers, youth and teens living in cars, on couches and floors, or on the streets,” reads the website, adding that any donations will go towards supporting the goals and dreams of families affected by the alarming problem.
In “Intentions,” Justin Bieber visits the local community to listen to stories of women previously impacted by foster homes and homelessness, providing them with necessary tools and gadgets to help them achieve their dreams. One of the girls tells Bieber about her long and hard commute to school, and following the story, the singer gifts her a car to ease her commute.
Watch the “Intentions” video featuring Justin Bieber and Quavo in the gallery above, and to donate and support Alexandria House, head over to the website here.