'Peaches' is Justin Bieber's new single from his upcoming album, 'Justice' and fans are in love. The song's lyrics give a nod to Hailey Baldwin and it's getting a lot of attention on social media.
The song was written by Watt, Felisha King, Louis Bell, Shndo and Harv. It also features Daniel Caesar and Giveon, who was invited to collaborate by Bieber.
It was released in March 2021 and became an instant hit, earning a spot on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. It has since gone on to top the charts in at least a dozen countries.
"Peaches" was one of the songs that people loved to dance too last summer, especially when the sun was out and the wind was blowing. The track was also a popular choice to play in the car, as it's so smooth and chilled out!
While some might assume that 'Peaches' is a song about Justin Bieber's girlfriend, Hailey Baldwin, it could actually be referring to his lovers all over the world.
In fact, it might even be a nod to the state of Georgia. In the chorus, he says that he has 'peaches out in Georgia,' which translates to 'ladies' (females).
But it could be more than that, as he goes on to describe how he has a woman 'up to the north.'
It's clear that 'Peaches' is sung in a very sleepy style, which doesn't leave a lot of room for dedicated platitudes, but it still sounds sweet to listen to. If only it could be sung with a little more effort.