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Video: Justin Bieber Showcases New Single 'Mistletoe' Live in Concert

October 07, 2011 02:31:07 GMT

The 'Baby' hitmaker performs the lead single from his Chrismast album 'Under the Mistletoe' live for the very first time in Rio de Janeiro.


Video: Justin Bieber Showcases New Single 'Mistletoe' Live in Concert
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Justin Bieber knows how to keep his fans on their toes. Most recently, the Canadian singing sensation treated his devotees in Rio de Janeiro to an early Christmas gift. He gave them a first taste to his upcoming holiday album when taking a stage for a live concert at Engenhao Stadium on Wednesday night, October 5.

"This is the first time anywhere in the world that I'm playing this, so this is special. This is just for you," Bieber shouted to the adoring fans before singing the brand new track called "Mistletoe". Jingling bells interlaced with guitar and bongos sounds then kicked in, giving vibes of a sweet reggae tune.

"It's the most beautiful time of the year," the teen popstar brings the spirit of Christmas right from the beginning before getting romantic by singing about the girl he wants to spend the holiday with. "Under the mistletoe with you/ Shorty, with you/ With you/ Under the mistletoe," he coos.

He keeps his lyrics family-friendly though. "Gathering around the fire/ Chestnuts roasting like a hot July/ I should be playing in the winter snow/ But I will be under the mistletoe/ With you," he croons. "I don't want to miss out on the holiday/ But I can't stop staring at your face/ I should be playing in the winter snow/ But I will be under the mistletoe/ With you."

The song is taken from an album of the same name "Under the Mistletoe". It is going to be made available for purchase in the United States on November 1. $1 from every copy of the album sold will be donated to charity. Usher, Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, The Band Perry and Boyz II Men are lined up as featured guests.



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