Justin Bieber has released four songs in his #MusicMondays series.

Justin Bieber has released four songs in his #MusicMondays series. (Photo: Getty)

Justin Bieber has released a new song “Recovery,” that has almost a jazz sound, with refrains that seem to have an early Tracy Chapman vibe. What ever the case, it’s a more sophisticated sound for the pop singer.

Bieber, 19, has been releasing songs as part of what he calls his #MusicMondays series.

His previous tracks, “Heartbreaker,” “All That Matters,” and “Hold Tight” are all pretty standard pop fare. But “Recovery” has more of an R&B and blues sound.

One thing his latest songs have in common is their theme; they all related to a relationship that has gone sour, regret and hopes of putting the pieced back together again.

In Recovery, Bieber sings about breaking a trust and praying for a recovery to make it right.

“Learned it don’t pay to lie
Cause i don’t wanna see you cry
Sayin nothin gets you nowhere fast
I’ma hold it back inside.”

The drum beat, the acoustic guitar and over-all pacing, however, recalls songs like “Fast Car,” “Revolution” and “For My Lover” from Chapman’s self-titled first album, released in 1987. The album went on to sell more than 19.7 million copies worldwide.

Check out the song below and let us know your thoughts. And, be sure to follow TheImproper on Twitter for the latest music news.


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