The 'One Less Lonely Girl' hitmaker will be narrated chasing the girl of his dream in the video which has a cameo from Ludacris.
Justin Bieber recently opened up about what's to come from upcoming music video for his new single "Baby". Met by MTV during the filming, he said that the cameras will follow him chasing his love interest who plays hard to get.
"I really like this girl, but we didn't [get] along; we couldn't be together," so he explained. "Basically I want her back and [I'm] kind of going through the whole thing. I'm chasing her around, trying to get her, and she's kind of playing hard to get, but I'm persistent. I keep going."
The video shoot has been wrapped. Ludacris, who lends his vocal on the song, has filmed his cameo part last week. Drake also came to one of the shooting sessions but he will not make any appearance in the video. "He's just one of my good buddies. He's here to hang out," Justin stated.
Already meeting a number of rap moguls and collaborating with some of them didn't make him planning to spit his own rhymes. "Not at all. Nope," the young singer said, stating that he is happy to leave the rapping part to Ludacris.
"Baby" is the lead single from Justin's upcoming studio album "My World (Part 2)" which is due for March 23 U.S. release. The song debuts at No. 5 on Billboard Hot 100 behind Ke$ha's "Tik Tok", Taylor Swift's "Today Was a Fairytale", Lady GaGa's "Bad Romance" and Young Money's "BedRock".