'Under The Mistletoe' is official title for Justin Bieber's new Christmas album, while the 'How to Love' remix is his birthday gift for Weezy.
Justin Bieber has finally confirmed official title and release date for his upcoming holiday album. The Canadian pop sensation is going to call the new Christmas effort "Under the Mistletoe" and will release it in the United States on November 1.
"I'm so excited!!!! Can't wait till it is released and everyone can hear how amazing it is. $1 of every album sold goes to CHARITY!" he wrote on Twitter. "We are going to go full force with the promo for this album...buyouts&everything! I honestly think it's the best I've heard from the kid."
There are two confirmed guests in the album already. One is Boyz II Men who will join forces with Bieber in a song called "Falalalala", and the other is Usher who will make a duet with the young singer in another song which is yet to be revealed.
Commenting on his duet with the R&B boyband, Bieber tweeted, "Im telling you...never say never...never stop dreaming....never give up. #DREAMBIG. @BoyzIIMen Im honored and blessed. thank u." As for his collaboration with his mentor, the popstar described it as "epic."
In preparation for album promo, Bieber is currently doing a video shoot. "Video shoot today for christmas album. #mistletoe," he informed his Twitter followers on Wednesday, September 28. "On the set of #mistletoe. christmas is coming early this year. #nov1st."
Album news aside, Justin Bieber recently paid tribute to his senior Lil Wayne by covering his ballad "How to Love". According to his manager Scooter Braun, Bieber "produced and played everything live" in the remix. He dedicated the cover song as a birthday gift for the Young Money rapper who turned 29 last Tuesday, September 27.
Beside singing Weezy's verses, Bieber also adds some rapping, "I just want to take my time/ I just want to my thing/ Maybe we press rewind/ Maybe I buy that ring/ We could grow old together/ Just share our souls together/ Find how to love, kiss and hug/ How to roll together."