Justin Bieber's new single, "Peaches," is a love song that's sure to melt your heart. The lyrics are just as in-your-face romantic as you'd expect from the singer, and it's no wonder he decided to share the music video with fans before the song's release.
The song was released by Def Jam Recordings on March 19, 2021, as the fifth single from Bieber's sixth studio album, Justice. It was written by Justin Bieber, Daniel Caesar, and Giveon, with producers Harv and Shndo, along with Andrew Watt, Louis Bell, Sean Leon, and Harv's wife Felisha King-Harvey.
It debuted at number-one on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Bieber's seventh number-one hit. It also topped the charts in a dozen other countries.
According to Def Jam, the song's lyrics are based on an Instagram post from Bieber that was recorded to a piano track. The track was later re-recorded by Harv, who added a few instrumentals to it.
The song's lyrics are a heartwarming and honest look at Bieber's relationship with Hailey Bieber, his wife of three years. It starts with a sexy chorus that says, “Yeah you got that yummy-yum,” which symbolizes how Hailey always makes him feel good.
This is the perfect complement to a verse that says, “I think about all the ways she turns me on sexually,” which demonstrates how much he appreciates her touch and skin.
The song also has a chorus that compares her to a stallion, which is gross, but the singer is referencing how free-spirited she is. We're pretty sure he means she's not a stable horse, and that he wants to stay on the run with her.