Justin Bieber has just released his third single called “All Around The World” from his upcoming album.
The new single comes as a club song and features rapper Ludacris. Beiber released the song Monday and it comes from his third studio album Believe, which is set to be released June 19.
Amping up excitement for the new single, Bieber took to Twitter earlier and tweeted out some lyrics: “ALL AROUND THE WORLD… PEOPLE WANT TO BE LOVED. ALL AROUND THE WORLD… THERE NO DIFFERENT THAN US.”
The song has become popular instantly upon its release and Bieber was quick to brag, even teasing friend and fellow Canadian pop star Carly Rae Jepsen.
“#AllAroundTheWorld is #2 on ITUNES!!! @carlyraejepsen can i have that #1 spot…maybe? haha. had to do it. Push for #1!” he tweeted.
“Because all around the world people want to be loved, yeah, cause all around the world, they’re no different than us,” sings Bieber in the new pop song. “All around the world people want to be loved, all around the world, they’re no different than us.”
The song follows lead single “Boyfriend,” which was released last month along with a music video, and a Mother’s Day track, “Turn To You.” In “Turn To You” Bieber thanks his mom, Pattie Mallette, for doing her best as a single parent.
The release comes as lighter news from the pop star who made headlines earlier for walking into a glass wall and suffering a concussion in Paris.
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