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Justin Bieber Performs Stunning Piano Version of ‘Intentions’ With Quavo For ‘Global Goal’ Concert

Justin Bieber and Quavo teamed up for a pitch-perfect performance of their collab “Intentions” on Saturday (June 27) for the “Global Goal: Unite for Our Future” concert.

Opting for a grayscale filter for the performance, Bieber sang and played the piano, stripping the track down to a pretty ballad. Quavo, who stood near Bieber’s piano, delivered his verse without missing a beat.

The “Global Goal” event intends to shed a light on communities disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Miley Cyrus, Shakira, J Balvin, Jennifer Hudson, Coldplay, Usher, Christine and the Queens, Chloe x Halle and Yemi Alade will take the virtual stage, with Billy Porter and Hugh Jackman all performed during the event as well. Learn more about the Global Goal: Unite for Our Future campaign here.

Watch Bieber and Quavo’s piano performance of “Intentions” below.

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