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Justin Bieber Peaches

Justin Bieber Peaches

Justin Bieber Peaches

Justin Bieber Peaches

Pitcher Peaches get better every year, so if you can get your hands on some of these beauties, get your grill on and go to town.

Single

"Peaches" is a song by Canadian singer Justin Bieber, featuring vocals from fellow Canadian singer-songwriter Daniel Caesar and American singer-songwriter Giveon. It was released through Def Jam Recordings on March 19, 2021, as the fifth single from Bieber's sixth studio album, Justice, along with the album. Bieber, Caesar, and Giveon wrote the song with producers Harv and Shndo, alongside Andrew Watt, Louis Bell, Sean Leon, Harv's wife Felisha King-Harvey, Vincent Massi, and Keavan Yazdani.

In the United States, "Peaches" debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated March 30, 2021, becoming the 50th song to debut at number one, and giving Bieber his seventh number one single and 23rd top-ten hit. "Peaches" started with 30.6 million US streams, becoming his fifth number-one song on Streaming Songs chart, at the No. 3 on Digital Songs chart with sales of 16,000 units, and attracted 12.1 million radio airplay audience impressions. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Song

"Peaches" debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100, giving Bieber his seventh number-one hit on the chart, while it became Caesar and Giveon's first number-one. Elsewhere, the song topped simultaneously both the Billboard Global 200 and Global Excl. U.S., as well as charts in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore and Slovakia. It also peaked within the top ten of the record charts in the United Kingdom and 20 other countries. It received four nominations at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards; Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best R&B Performance and Best Music Video.

Record producer Shndo later listened to it and decided to further produce the song. He screen-recorded the Instagram video, recorded some drums over it in the music software Ableton and decided to speed up the song. Record producer Harv then added some more instruments to the song. Shndo and Harv presented the song to Bieber, who loved it and later re-recorded the chorus and wrote a verse before sending it back to the producers to work on it some more. On the same day, Bieber contacted Giveon, who accepted to be a part of the song. Bieber later asked Daniel Caesar to also be a part of the track. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Help

Justin Bieber said he wanted to launch his own range of cannabis products to help remove the stigma associated with the drug. Photograph: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue

Noah Annes, a co-founder of Palms, said: “Justin’s vulnerability and openness about his mental health struggles impressed us beyond measure, and we knew immediately we would want him to be at the helm of our first-ever collaboration. With Justin’s help shining the spotlight on these important topics, we hope to inspire others to talk more freely about both mental health and cannabis consumption.” (Source: www.theguardian.com)

Pack

The collection features seven 0.5 gram pre-rolls consisting of premium indoor flower—the specific strains include indica, sativa, and citrus terpenes—and each pack comes with a lighter emblazoned with the word “peaches.” While the product may be suitably premium, however, the real story lies in the charitable element of the project: Bieber is using the venture to support non-profits including Veterans Walk and Talk, which advocates for the medicinal use of cannabis within military veteran communities, and the Last Prisoner Project, which is dedicated to criminal justice reform around cannabis convictions.

Justin Bieber officially enters the cannabis industry with Peaches, a limited-run weed product that comes in a sleek, stylized preroll joint pack. Peaches is made exclusively with the cannabis brand Palms Premium. Adults and medical cannabis patients across the country can purchase Bieber’s weed beginning on October 4, 2021. It will be sold in four states: California, Nevada, Massachusetts, and Florida. (Source: www.forbes.com)

 

 

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