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Watch: Justin Bieber And Quavo Team Up For Powerful ‘Intentions’

Justin Bieber and Quavo

Courtesy Photo: Justin Bieber ft Quavo Intentions

Fans of Justin Bieber have another reason to expect his forthcoming album “Changes,” which is less than a week from its release date.

The singer last Friday released another track off the album titled “Intentions” and it features Quavo.

“Intentions” dropped on Friday morning along with a six-minute, 40-second music video that sees Bieber, along with Migos‘ Quavo, pay a friendly visit to Alexandria House — a renowned homeless shelter in Los Angeles famous for a program that helps support women in need.

The song comes with, an accompanying video directed by Michael Ratner.

The empowering video draws attention to the plight of women and children in need, and raises awareness (and funds) for Alexandria House, whose mission is to help those folks move from crisis to stability.

The video tells the stories of three “graduates” of the L.A.-based not-for-profit Alexandria’s transitional housing program.

Later on in the video, after dancing and interacting with the residents, Bieber, 25, and Quavo, 28, show their own good-willed Intentionwith a variety of generous acts.

As well as donating backpacks and supplies, the duo give a brand new car to one of the women, who struggled with her commute to school.

Not only that, but they also started a trust fund for the organization, the Intentions Fund, and donated US$200,000 donation. The musicians also rented out a studio for the women of Alexandria House to help record a PSA for their organization in an attempt to raise awareness and bring change.

“Intentions” is a follow up to the previously-released singles “Yummy” and the Kehlani team-up “Get Me,” all of which will be included on Changes that is set for a Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) release date:

Watch the “Intentions” video below:

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