Justin Bieber & Quavo Give Back To Real-Life Heroes In 'Intentions' Video

By Peyton Blakemore

February 7, 2020

Justin Bieber and Quavo are paying it forward.

In an effort to have their fans do a little good in the world, the Biebs and the Migos rapper shared their "Intentions" to make the world a better place in the music video for Justin's latest single which is off his forthcoming album Changes.

On the track, which is fittingly titled "Intentions," Justin sings about having the purest of intentions for someone special, who he promises to care for. "Picture perfect, you don't need no filter/ Gorgeous, make 'em drop dead, you a killer/ Shower you with all my attention/ Yeah, these are my only intentions," he sings in the chorus. Stay in the kitchen cookin' up, got your own bread/ Heart full of equity, you're an asset/ Make sure that you don't need no mentions/ Yeah, these are my only intentions."

Quavo then flows into his own own verse: "You're the best thing, and I don't need a witness."

The track's corresponding music video shines a light on the Los Angeles-based non-profit Alexandria House, which is a transitional residence and house of hospitality that provides "safe and supportive housing for women and children in the process of moving from emergency shelter to economic stability and permanent housing."

The heartwarming video introduces us to three women who, share their heartfelt stories of fighting for education, combating homelessness, and getting through foster care. The video ends with Quavo and Justin giving back to each of the women, who despite their own struggles are working to make a difference for others, and the clip announces the Intentions Fund to help support the Alexandria House.

"In your honor, an INTENTIONS Fund has been established in the amount of $200,000 to support these women and the dreams of the families you support," the clip concludes.

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