The secret behind the myterious green screens posted by Justin Bieber has been finally revealed, and it is exciting news.
An unlikely duo, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber got together for their first ever collaboration “I Don’t Care” released a couple of days ago. Previously, they have only worked once on Justin Bieber’s ‘Purpose’ album on lyrics. This time, however, the duo combines vocals and this is their first music since their last studio albums.
Justin Bieber started a mysterious countdown on April 30th starting at 10. “I Don’t Care” track released on May 10th at the end of the countdown. As teaser pictures, Justin Bieber shared some pictures of both of them in front of green screens. These are usually used to edit special effects in videos.
As of today, both artists have confirmed that there is a music video in the making for “I Don’t Care” and you better start caring now because the teaser clips released are absolutely nuts!
Justin Bieber shared a behind the scenes clip from the music video recording set and we are at a loss. There’s Justin wearing a jet-black Cowboy kit and in the next frame, wearing a life-size bear costume. In other frames, he appears in front of the Great Pyramids of Giza and in front of a swimming pool in the next shot. So we now know why these green screens are an essential part of the music video.
Ed Sheeran, too, shares a shared a snippet from the upcoming “I Don’t Care” music video. In his POV, Ed jumps into a massive panda costume and roams the streets, meeting and snapping pictures with fans. Interesting to see that both artists seem to be travelling around the world–at least with the support of visual effects.
“I Don’t Care” is a song about love–the admiration for your partner in your darkest and loneliest times. So, what does this music video has to do with any of that? We will have to wait to find out.
Listen to their collaboration below.