June 10, 2010 08:54:12 GMT
Before the music video is out for full viewing pleasure, a behind-the-scene footage will be offered as a teaser.
Justin Bieber has announced when he will premiere a music video supporting his latest single "Somebody to Love". On Twitter, the 16-year-old Canadian pop star revealed that the clip will be debuted next week on June 18.
In addition to sharing the premiere date, Justin also promised to give a sneak peek to the upcoming video via a behind-the-scene footage. He wrote on the micro-blogging site Wednesday night, June 9, "SOMEBODY TO LOVE Feat Usher BEHIND THE SCENES Comes out Tomorrow and Official Vid Comes out June 18th..."
"Somebody to Love" was originally a demo for Usher, but it was re-recorded by Justin for his March release "My World 2.0". The music video was filmed in mid May this year with Dave Meyers reportedly sitting behind the lens.
In related news, Justin Bieber dished on the most personal song he has ever written. In an interview with Twist Magazine, he said, "The most personal song I've written is 'Down to Earth' because it's about how my mom and dad split up when I was at a young age. It's just about everyday life and how there are struggles."
"My parents splitting up is definitely not one of the highlights of my life. It's sad, (in a divorce) the kid experiences feeling like one of his parents left. It makes you not feel so good," he shared more. "I think a lot of kids have had their parents split up, and they should know that it wasn't because of something they did."