Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran are the Wonder Twins of MCMs for twelve year olds, so naturally when they combine forces the infinite rise of decibels from their screaming fans is certain to turn the entire planet deaf. And perhaps being deaf right about now wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing since they’ve both collaborated on a song you will be hearing at every boardwalk and Six Flags in America this summer titled “I Don’t Care.” Which may also be your feelings about this song.
WARNING: You will be hearing this song everywhere very soon. Like, right now.
Yahoo! says that this latest auto-tuned bubble gum bubble has a deeper meaning. Justin admitted his irrational behavior in the past has been linked to his challenges with depression and even took a break from his music career to focus on himself. But since selling thrift store items for an exorbitant amount of money didn’t help he’s decided to work on his issues through music once again.
“I have been looking, seeking, trial and error as most of us do, I am now very focused on repairing some of the deep rooted issues that I have as most of us have, so that I don’t fall apart,” the Canadian singer posted on Instagram in March.
In his collaboration with Sheeran, 28, the superstar sings of feeling out of place and battling anxiety.
Justin I’m here for you finally addressing your issues with mental health but damn, couldn’t you have written an op-ed piece for Tiger Beat and just called it a day? The world already has enough ear worms like this. I’m already annoyed by the sorority girls I’ll encounter at a bar soon sloppily singing this shit to one another as I roll my eyes and order a quadruple shot of Jameson to drown them out.