– Straight bangers, bro.
There’s just no Ls that he takes. – You’re ready to express yourself
through music again, and you come up with “Yummy.”
– I am very confused. Is he having dinner with his parents? ♪ (rock intro) ♪ – Oh my gosh. Yes!
The Biebs! – “Yummy”! That new Bieber.
– ♪ You got that yummy ♪ – [Bleep]. This [bleep]
is so good, bro! – I can see our man’s
just a little bit underdressed at a fancy dinner.
– Also, I’m into the pink hair and pink jacket.
I’m into it. I think it actually looks
really good on him. – Please don’t subject me to this.
– What? He’s back? When did this come out?
– I’ve been waiting for Justin to release new music for, like, ever.
– Okay. All right. Food, yummy. Yup.
I connected the dots! I did it! – ♪ Yummy yum, that… ♪
– No con– see, he just goes in with yummy.
– I’m not gonna say it’s one of his best,
but it’s very catchy. – I mean, it’s got a nice flow.
– I’m assuming he’s talking about someone– I’m assuming
it’s his wife– in the form of food. – That looks like the Six Flags guy.
– Is that that guy from the Six Flags commercials?
– Is that a cheese sandwich with four slices of bread?
– What’s happening? I am very confused.
Is he having dinner with his parents? – ♪ …time I come around,
you get it done ♪ – What about you get it done?
– He’s just so fun, and I’m just so happy
that’s he’s happy, ’cause that’s what matters.
– All these dishes that are in this video are very contradictory
to the name of the song. – I really like this music video,
because I felt like he– It could’ve been a gross music video,
but he made it funny, and I really appreciated that.
– I think I had higher hopes for this song.
It just feels very repetitive, and it was simple.
There’s nothing wrong with simple, but it hasn’t hit here yet.
– Damn. I remember when his choreo– I mean, I’m sure he can
still dance amazing, but he’s literally just sitting
at the table now, and he’s going like,
ya-ee, ee. – ♪ Say the word, on my way ♪
– See, I hate it, but I love it. – Bro, all he makes
are like– dude, the– just straight bangers, bro.
There’s just no Ls that he takes. – I’m getting dizzy
from this video. Spinning. – ♪ You ain’t never running
low on supplies ♪ – Okay. “You ain’t never running
low on supplies.” Let’s analyze that.
What supplies? (chuckles) School supplies? Beauty supplies?
– And all of these people are dressed so weird
with weird hairstyles, random outfits.
I don’t understand. – ♪ Rolling eyes back in my head ♪
♪ Made my toes curl, yeah, yeah ♪ – I don’t ever need
to see that that close ♪ – I think it’s fun the first verse,
and then I’m like, “Okay, what else?” – Why did his chin do that?!
No, I didn’t like that, man! – Did they– whoa! (laughs)
That was kind of funny, though. – See? He’s just being funny.
– What the [bleep]? – I’m loving this song.
– Now it’s like an artistic dance. – Gotta get that merch plug in there.
– And now, he’s dancing, which I’m all for.
Go ahead. Go off. – That’s fly. That’s fly.
– He’s so good still. – Now that feels like
a little bit more like a music video
than whatever was happening in the beginning. (laughs)
– Justin Bieber’s actually a really good dancer,
and these are very simple, not impressive moves.
– These are TikTok dances. – Now he’s done–
he’s done eating now. – Dude, there’s one thing
I learned from this, and it’s it doesn’t matter
how many years go by that he doesn’t drop music.
When he does, the world listens. – And then the picture at the end.
He’s so cute. – Oh, that plate is so cute!
– Nothing about that made sense, and I don’t like it. (chuckles)
The only word that I heard was “You got that yummy.” (silence) Yummy what?! – I like it.
I think it’s good. I appreciate that it’s different
and that it’s kind of lighthearted and funny.
– I have mixed feelings about the actual song,
but it’s very catchy, and it’s fun to listen to.
– (FBE) All right. So, that was Justin Bieber’s
latest song and music video, “Yummy.” A few days before
this video was released, Justin also released a trailer
for a brand new docuseries, which has a lot
of people talking about it. So, we’re actually gonna show
that to you now as well, and we’ll see what you think.
– I’m excited, ’cause I actually haven’t seen it. – YouTube Original.
– And it’s a YouTube Original. Okay. – (man) …start by talking
about the last four years. – (Justin) Wow.
– This is actually gonna be really good, I think.
– (anchor) Canceling the rest of his world tour.
– (reporter) As for why Justin canceled the tour…
– I know. I remember that. – Okay, there’s saying he canceled it.
Dude, this tour was legit going on for two years.
– (reporter) As for why Justin canceled the tour,
he spoke to maintaining a healthy mind, heart, and soul.
– Oh, god. This is gonna be way too deep for me.
– (Allison) Performing is the thing that he loves most in this world.
For him to say that he didn’t wanna do it,
I was concerned. – That makes sense.
– (Allison) For him to say that he didn’t wanna do it,
I was concerned. – It’s stuff like this
that gets me, ’cause it makes them
seem more human. – (Ryan) There was a period where…
– He was like the biggest pop star so young.
That’s stressful as hell. – (Justin) As humans, we go
through so many ups and downs, so many good seasons, bad seasons.
You know, sometimes we wanna give up. – Oh, this looks very serious.
– Damn, his closet! – (Scooter) He’s taken
a very long break. In that time, he’s found his wife. He’s grown a lot.
– Aww, Hailey Bieber! They’re so cute. – (Scooter) …he’s found his wife. – It’s so weird he’s married. (laughs)
– (Scooter) And he’s ready to express himself
through music again. – You’re ready to express yourself
through music again, and you come up with “Yummy.”
– (Justin) This album is different because of where I’m at in my life.
– Oh, god. He was so little! – (laughs) He was so little!
– (Scooter) No one’s ever grown up in the history of humanity
like Justin Bieber. – Yeah, I can’t imagine
growing up the way he did. – (Hailey) There’s a lot of pressure
that I think people don’t see. – For sure.
– Bro, I am excited to watch this, dude.
– ♪ Yeah, you got that yummy… ♪ – “In his own words.”
– (Justin) When you’re doing what you are good at…
– Ah, we’re all gonna watch this. – (Justin) …you just feel
like where you’re supposed to be. – Real [bleep], yeah.
Talking about his passions. – (Hailey) Maybe by watching this,
people will kind of get a glimpse into his world.
– Obviously, she wasn’t there for the first two movies. – (Justin) You know
what I say to that? Mweeeeh.
– (chuckles) Dude! He was a goofy kid.
You know, when he was young and when he first got famous,
a lot of the clips that you would see of him
were him making really dumb, like, noises or dumb things,
like him just being a kid. – I feel like people
are gonna love this. – Ah. I love these things,
’cause, you know, we idolize these celebrities and, you know,
we’re such big fans, and we say, you know,
just whatever, we’re stans or whatnot, but it really
shows us they’re people too. – It’s really cool
that he’s being open about it, and he’s telling you guys–
telling us, like, “Listen, this is what’s going on.”
– He grew up in the spotlight so much. It’s a hard transition
to go into adulthood from being a child star.
That’s a lot. I’m really fascinated
to hear him talk about that. – For him to be able
to express himself and for the people
that are closest to him to be able to give their story
about who he is is also gonna be– shed a lot of light
on a lot of those situations, so that’s gonna be awesome,
and I can’t wait to watch it. – (FBE) So, although he’s been
featured in several hits, “Yummy” marks Justin Bieber’s
first solo song in over four years. – Crazy.
– (FBE) What do you think of the song “Yummy”
as his kind of reintroduction or comeback, if you will?
– Yeah, I think it’s just the perfect type of vibe
that he’s gonna try putting out for this new chapter of his life.
He’s just trying to have fun. He’s in a better place.
– Listening, looking at the video, again, my opinion,
I just felt like it was a little generic,
nothing crazy, like, “Whoa, this is different for Bieber”
or different in general, he’s changing it up.
It’s just like, “All right, I’m back.” – I kind of thought maybe
it’s gonna have some meaningful lyrics and a story of his life
or coming back out or anything, and no,
it’s so random. But I like it.
I don’t know. It has a good beat.
It’s fun to sing to. It’s lighthearted.
– Coming back nice and light. It’s fun, catchy.
– It’s a healthy way to come back in,
’cause if he put too much pressure, like, “This is my greatest song
of all time,” and coming back right away, setting
those high expectations and you know–
I think he’s doing a really healthy approach.
– (FBE) So, the documentary is titled Justin Bieber: Seasons
and is reportedly YouTube’s most expensive original series ever.
– Ooh. – (FBE) The 10-episode series
cost YouTube more than $2 million per 10-minute episode.
– What?! Two mil?! – (FBE) So, the high price tag
falls in line with deals musicians have recently made
with other streaming services. For example, Billie Eilish’s
upcoming doc with Apple TV reportedly will cost $25 million.
Beyonce’s three-project deal with Netflix cost the service
$60 million, while Rihanna’s upcoming doc
with Amazon is believed to have cost $25 million.
Why do you think these types of documentaries focused
on musicians are so appealing to streaming services?
– Oh my g– I think because, as a viewer,
I think you see more personality when it comes to actors and stuff,
but we all collectively love the talent of singers and artists
and musicians and all that. So, it’s kind of cool to get
a glimpse into their life. – I don’t understand.
How does it cost that much money to film something?
I mean, obviously, it’s high quality,
but I film YouTube videos every week. It doesn’t cost me
millions of dollars. How do they spend that much money?
I don’t get it. – Streaming services
are hopping on that, because that’s where
all the money is. Everyone just wants to know
more about them and see more of them as people.
– To see a little bit more of the — into like,
what’s up with them? What’s their life?
You know, like, people always want to know more.
– It makes sense. And it’s probably–
when you think about it, it’s probably not big enough
for movie theaters. It’s not something you go
to a movie theater for, but it’s for sure something
you’d probably put up on YouTube or a streaming service.
– I feel like the reason they are willing to just drop it
and not even knowing the outcome is because they know
how big these artists are. – I think it’s, like,
you can watch it in the comfort of your own home
and you can binge watch it if you wait long enough.
Whereas for a movie, you have to get dressed
and go to the movies and buy tickets
and blah-dy, blah, blah, blah. But with a YouTube series,
you could just sit at home on your couch.
– Dude, honestly, it’s because of how the fans interpret
these documented series, because all we get is the music.
That’s all we understand and what they post on social media.
We don’t get to see into who they are as a person,
and that’s what we wanna see. – (FBE) So, Justin Bieber
was one of the very first breakout stars of YouTube
and has substantially impacted mainstream culture.
At only 25 years old, he’s pretty close to your age,
and you’ve grown up watching his career kind of flourish.
How does it feel to be able to look back at his start
and then to kind of see where he is now in his career?
– I think it’s crazy that it’s a full circle moment
right now. He started on YouTube,
and now he has a YouTube Original coming out.
I think that’s really cool. But it also is the new era
of celebrity, where you start online,
and that’s where you jump start. So, it’s really fascinating to see
how someone started posting a video online became
the largest name in the world, like, overnight.
– It is wild. First of all, I think it’s wild
that he’s still so relevant. And then now, to see where he’s
come out of that, and he’s just doing so much better
and still so relevant. So many people love him.
It’s just crazy. – It’s just very nice
to see an artist being able to hold up,
you know, the pressure and the madness of what is
the art– the singer world. – I take it as inspiration,
like you can start at one place and go wherever.
I went to one of his concerts and just seeing him come out
at that young age, close to mine, and having a sold out arena
and just knowing that all these people took all that time out of their day
to see him perform, that’s a lot of energy.
And I take that in a, like, yo, you can do stuff in life.
– (FBE) So finally, “Yummy” is rumored to be
the lead single from Bieber’s upcoming fifth studio album,
so what do you think? Is this something
that you’re gonna wanna check out when it’s finally released?
– Oh, yeah. I’m sure I’m gonna be listening
to the whole thing multiple times. – I definitely would love
to check it out. I’m always– I’m very open to music.
I’m very open, because I feel like music is very powerful.
– Yo, catch me like presave it on Spotify, ready to listen,
about to review every single track number.
I’m excited. – I’m very excited honestly.
I know I’m gonna like the album, ’cause I’ve loved
all of his albums. But I’m excited to see
if there’s any changes. It’s gonna be
with his signature sounds, but I wanna see if there’s
gonna be anything interesting. – I might skim through it,
and if I find a couple songs I like, then I do–
but I don’t think it’s gonna be something that I
religiously listen to. – It’s definitely
gonna be yummy. It’s gonna be
the full course meal, bro. The full buffet with dessert
and appetizer included. – Thanks for watching
this yummy episode of College Kids React.
– Shoutout to Good luck Kristi. – What did you think
of Justin’s comeback single? Let us know in the comments.
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