Bieber, 26, stars as an oil driller in the clip, with Ryan Destiny playing his love interest. Well, it's all nice and sweet for the first half of the video, and then things take a turn midway after Bieber loses his job.
"We have to shut down the plant," says a man who looks like their manager.
Consequently, Bieber and Destiny are evicted from their home. The pair now has nowhere to go, and they are seen walking in the middle of the night with their bags packed. It starts getting emotional, but that's when Chance drops in and spits some fire in the video.
The now homeless pair are seen with Wilmer Valderrama, who takes them in and helps them get situated with a nice warm meal, and introduces them to his family.
The video seems to strike a chord with how the economy works, how several people deal with it, and the love that binds us all.
Naturally, fans seemed to love the new music video.
"I’m so proud of you, holy is truly a masterpiece, your voice matches so well. I can’t describe how this song makes me feel, seriously the message is so powerful. Thank you JB for being in my life," one person wrote.
"HOLY by Justin Bieber and Chance isn't just a song, it’s a lifestyle, a reason to breathe, an escape from this cruel world filled with thieves. it’s art, the first gift you open on xmas, a hug from a loved one, everything you’ve ever wanted, everything you need," wrote another.
A third user added, "HOLY WAS SOOOO GOOD AND I REALLY LOVED SEEING JUSTIN AS A WORKER ... imagine him being as a normal people than a pop star seeing him everyday and it was so emotional and the lyrics and the whole vocals omg i enjoyed it and i really cant wait for this new era U r a blessing …"
Bieber started teasing the highly-awaited single on September 11 after sharing a picture from the music video set. The image saw Bieber with the rapper sitting on the set, with Scooter Braun promising a "new era" in the comments section.
The song has already been streamed over three million times on Justin Bieber's YouTube page.