Complete With Flawlessness Roped In Every Killer Step, Video Song Of Justin Bieber’s ‘Get Me’ Is Out!

Lookin’ at the way we’re blendin’ in, you get me!

Justin Bieber just dropped the video album for another song “Get Me” from his latest album Changes! And well, as he says that he wants his music to inspire movement, this latest mash-up of flawless moves interspersed with soaring emotions will be enough to get you on your feet!

Like every other dance videos for songs from his album, Changes: The Movement, ‘Get Me’, too, features a medley of professional dancers- Sammy “Samo” Soto, Liz Guerrieri, Tia Rivera, De’lisha Williams, Alexis Saenz, and Jazz Smith performing to Rhapsody James deeply interpretive choreography and Justin Bieber’s lyrics. If truth be told, the entire dance routine is much more enticing than the song as it features smooth body rolls by talented dancers and some of the finest fluid maneuvers by the ladies in stilettos. We may have broken a hip or two just looking at them twisting and turning with impressive elegance. 

In the song, Justin Bieber sings about the compatibility he shares with his partner- “Ooh, you don’t compare, don’t fit in with ’em, do you get me? / Judgin’ by the way you open up, you get me / Ooh, out of this world, hands on, baby, now you see me / Lookin’ at the way we’re blendin’ in, you get me.” Anybody else getting “Hailey Baldwin is the muse here” vibes?

Justin Bieber had released the audio version of Changes on February 14, 2020, selling 231,000 units itself in its first week! In fact, Bieber’s Changes came up third in the best sales week just behind Halsey‘s new album Manic, and Eminem’s Music to Be Murdered By

But Changes became Justin Bieber’s seventh #1 album on the Billboard 200 which led him to pas Elvis Presley’s previous record and becoming the youngest artist in history to earn seven #1 albums at the age of 25. 

Following the success of his album, he had announced that he will be dropping new videos of the songs every Monday and Wednesday. Stuck by his promise, didn’t he?

In the past too, Justin Bieber had launched a similar project- a series of video songs for every track from his 2015 album Purpose: The Movement. 

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