It's been four long years since we last got a full album from the Canadian musician but the new decade marks a fresh comeback for him. If you've been wondering why he's been gone, Justin Bieber's Lyme disease battle may be the reason for his depression and disappearance from music.\nAccording to TMZ, sources watched Bieber's documentary called Seasons which isn't expected to drop until January 27.\nThey reported that "Justin and others in his life discuss the scary symptoms he endured in 2019. He says during much of the year his condition went undiagnosed. Doctors struggled to figure out what was wrong with him, but couldn't put their finger on it until late last year."\nView this post on Instagram Seasons. #2020. @youtube A post shared by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on Dec 31, 2019 at 9:07am PST\nTMZ continued, "We're told no one knows how Justin contracted the disease, but it comes from a tick bite."\nBack in September 2019, they also caught photos of the Yummy singer leaving a medical clinic with an IV drip and at the time sources had us believing it was just filled with vitamins.\nBut the drip was actually to help him recover.\nLyme disease causes symptoms including "rash, fever, chills, headache, fatigue, muscle and joint aches, and swollen lymph nodes" according to the Government of Canada.\nBack in 2018, Ottawa Public Health ironically shared tidbits on how you can protect yourself from ticks and they used a photo of Justin Bieber wearing high socks.\nProtect yourself from #ticks & Lyme disease•Apply a Health Canada approved insect repellent w/ DEET/icaridin•Wear long pants, a long sleeved shirt, shoes and socks to cover exposed skin•Be like @justinbieber….tuck your pants into your socks #WeBeliebInHealth pic.twitter.com/0rxjUiWZsm— Ottawa Public Health (@ottawahealth) October 2, 2018\nThe Baby singer isn't the only Canadian who has come out about battling Lyme disease. After years out of the spotlight, Avril Lavigne revealed back in 2018 that she was battling the disease and even wrote the song Head Above Water about her experience.\nShania Twain also contracted the infectious disease which lead her to not be able to sing for years. Thankfully, each of these celebrities are now on the mend.\nYou'll be able to hear more about Bieber's battle in his new documentary, Seasons.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.