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Justin Bieber Teams Up With Ed Sheeran To Make "I Don't Care"

The new song is their second collaboration after creating the 2015 hit, "Love Yourself".

Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran have united again to bring us their new single, "I Don't Care".

The head-over-heels love song comes as no surprise as a great collaboration for the two after the success of their 2015 Billboard hit, "Love Yourself," off of Bieber's Purpose album. This time around, instead of the catchy, kiss-off anthem, it's a dedication to the only one that puts them at ease.

Justin Bieber has recently become public with his battles with depression, and refreshingly enough, "I Don't Care" speaks on those battles as he sings about how supportive his partner is during the anxiety. "With all these people all around / I'm crippled with anxiety / But I'm told it's where I'm s'posed to be," he sings.

Bieber recently surprised fans during Ariana Grande's performance at Coachella this year, announcing that he had an album coming soon. While we patiently wait for his new project, listen to "I Don't Care" now on all streaming platforms.