Not only does pop sensation Justin Bieber want everyone to consider him as the ultimate "Boyfriend," but hopes to spread the love "All Around The World" in a new song off his upcoming album, "Believe".
Justin Bieber goes synth in a new release from his upcoming album, "Believe".
Pardon the analogy, but that's really the title ("All Around The World"), and it might just be one of the most clubbish jams Bieber has put out to date. The singer even enlists "Baby" collaborator, Ludacris, for the rap parts, in hopes of creating another smash.
And yes, he joins dozens of mainstream superstars such as Usher, Chris Brown and Britney Spears in riding the 'synth-pop' bandwagon that's all the rage today. However, the new track is not his new single, and is only part of a series of iTunes' countdown that would lead up to the release of "Believe" on June 19.
Bieber's iTunes-only releases from the disc include the Rodney Jerkins-produced "Die In Your Arms" last May 29 and his team-up with rapper Big Sean, "As Long as You Love Me," which is set to come out next week on June 12.
As for literally going around the world, Global Grind reports that all American dates for his "Believe" tour sold out in just an hour, proving that his legion of "Beliebers" are multiplying faster than rabbits.
"Tickets are selling out everywhere. I have the most amazing fans. Thank you so much. Can't wait to see you all on the #believetour!" tweeted the teen idol.
Concert-goers are all in for a treat as the star enlists his "Call Me, Maybe" protégé, Carly Rae Jepsen, to join him as his supporting act. The North American leg of the tour will kick off on September 29 in Glendale, Arizona and would wrap up on January 29 in Miami, Florida.
It looks like the said tour is hoping to replicate the success of the "My World" tour, which ran for two years and caused massive teen hysteria worldwide.
On whether Justin decides to go "All Around The World" once again, one should "Never Say Never", but everyone would have to settle with his new song until then. Hear the full track below:
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