justin bieber peaches

Justin Bieber – Peaches Ft. GIVĒON & Daniel Caesar | Lyrics Meaning & Song Review

“Peaches” is the twelfth track on Justin Bieber’s 2021 album ‘Justice.’ The song is an ode to different regions of the United States with a special focus on Georgia.

Justin Bieber released his sixth studio album ‘Justice’ on March 19, 2021. This is his follow-up project to the 2020 release ‘Changes.’ Announcing the new album, Justin Bieber said “This is me doing a small part. My part. I want to continue the conversation of what justice looks like so we can continue to heal.”

The State of Georgia, USA, is most popular for the production of some of the best peaches in America. The other biggest mention is the state of California and linked with Cannabis. Justin Bieber also shouts out to ‘northern lights‘ most famously in Alaska, another region within the USA.

Watch “Peaches” Video by Justin Bieber Ft. GIVĒON & Daniel Caesar

Although the song drops references to these places within the United States, the song itself is about the singer’s love for a girl. He wishes to travel the world with his girl by his side, which definitely adds to the value of these memories.

Georgia: the peach state (Image: teepublic.com)

In the chorus of the song, Justin Bieber sings “I took my chick up to the North, yeah / I get my light right from the source, yeah.” Whilst, this is a reference to the Northern Lights in Alaska, it is also a sweet compliment to his girl. He calls her the source of light in his life, and ‘light’ is always good!

Both GIVĒON and Daniel Caesar have one verse each on the song, and also adds on to the theme of adoring their significant others.

Georgia is also the state where Martin Luther King, Jr, is from, who is quoted on “MLK Interlude” on the album.

Let us hear what you think about this song in the comments below. Check out the complete lyrics and further meaning breakdown on Genius.

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