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THE BIEBS HITS TINY DESK AHEAD OF JUSTICE

RBMG/Def Jam’s Justin Bieber took over NPR’s Tiny Desk (Home) Concerts for the first time on Wednesday, performing four songs from his sixth studio album, Justice, two days head of release. 

The intimate set kicked off with “Holy," followed by “Peaches,” on which Biebs was joined by HARV on guitar and bass. The album version of the latter song features Epic’s GIVĒON and Golden Child’s Daniel Caesar.

The Scooter Braun-managed superstar, who just won a Grammy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance with Dan + Shay for "10,000 Hours," also performed "Hold On" and "Anyone" from the new set.

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