|“||Believe in something bigger than yourself, and find your purpose.||”|
Purpose is the fourth studio album by Justin Bieber, released on November 13, 2015, by Def Jam Recordings and School Boy Records. The album was preceded by the release of the worldwide number one lead single "What Do You Mean?", and the record-breaking second single "Sorry". The third single "Love Yourself" was also a success, reaching number one in the UK and New Zealand and the top ten in Australia and the United States. "Company" was announced as the album's fourth single. It was serviced to CHR/Pop stations. Purpose became Justin's 6th album to debut at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
The album was announced on 2, September 2015. The title was revealed through Bieber's social accounts with a black background having a hashtag of "6 Weeks" and the album's title.
The writer credits from iTunes were leaked on October 16, 2015 on ATRL. 
- Mark My Words
- I'll Show You
- What Do You Mean?
- Love Yourself
- No Pressure (featuring Big Sean)
- No Sense (featuring Travis Scott)
- The Feeling (featuring Halsey)
- Life Is Worth Living
- Where Are Ü Now?
- Been You (Deluxe bonus track)
- Get Used To It (Deluxe bonus track)
- We Are (featuring Nas) (Deluxe bonus track)
- Trust (Deluxe bonus track)
- All In It (Deluxe bonus track)
- Hit the Ground (Japan bonus track)
- The Most (Japan bonus track)
- Home To Mama (Japan bonus track)
- What Do You Mean? (Remix) (featuring Ariana Grande) (Pre-Order Only)
To see all the editions of this album go HERE.
Premiered as a 9-piece collage Instagram post, Justin collaborated with well-acclaimed artist RETNA for the artwork of his upcoming album, "Purpose". There are 2 variants, a black and a blue cover. The blue covers are for special editions like Japan, Walmart, super deluxe,... There was also another cover which didn't release, which RETNA had put the image on his Instagram on September 11, 2015.
Justin's cover was banned by Muslim countries because he has a Christian cross tattoo, so Justin and his team had to make a new and exclusive cover in which photos from his I'll Show You shoot were used.