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Justin Bieber has made his "Intentions" known in a just-released video for the new single, a collab with Quavo, from Biebs' forthcoming album Changes due 2/14.

For the release of this single, RBMG/Def Jam artist Bieber has partnered with the L.A.-based nonprofit Alexandria House, which provides safe and supportive housing for women and children who are transitioning from emergency shelter to economic stability.

The "Intentions" video tells the stories of three graduates of Alexandria’s transitional housing program. To honor these women and others who show strength and resilience in difficult times, an Intentions Fund has been established in the amount of $200,000 to support the goals and dreams of the families Alexandria House supports. The video already has 7m views on YouTube, peep it below:

Philanthropic work has been a core value for Bieber since the start of his career, having helped and donated to organizations such as the Make-a-Wish Foundation, Pencils of Promise, LIFT Los Angeles, Inner-City Arts, Active Minds and his own Bieber Foundation.