Justin Bieber took up a challenge to do a freestyle during a recent interview in L.A.'s Power 10, and he impressed the DJ. Visiting the radio station to promote his album "Under the Mistletoe", the popstar threw his lines right on the spot over the soulful music of Jay-Z and Kanye West's collaborative single "Otis".
"Damn, damn, JB where the hell you been/ Yeah I got a new necklace, diamonds," he opened it. "Two big-face Roleys, no I ain't lyin'/ Makin' Mama so proud that she cryin'/ Yeah you say I'm crazy, guess that makes two/ But I never knew that dreams really come true/ Started playin' drums when I was two/ Now I kick it in Japan, Kung Fu."
"Wait, I'm not done," so he said. Wearing a yellow Rolling Stone t-shirt and fedora, Bieber sort of gave a shout-out to his girlfriend Selena Gomez in his next rhymes. "My girl says I'm perfect, she just loves an imperfect person perfectly/ Personally, I think she is perfectly perfect," he let his verses flow smoothly. "Get it done abundantly, she wants to get up under me."
The Canadian singer continued to charge in, "There's a bigger me inside this little me, screaming out/ I should make history, I am like a mystery/ Hated by jealousy, 'coz they envy me/ Run up on my enemies, see if they remember me/ Soon as they remember, I wipe away they memory/ Can't you see the private jets flying over you?"
Bieber has released "Under the Mistletoe" across the United States on November 1. The album is predicted to debut at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200 next week by selling around 200,000 to 220,000 copies. If the final figure meets the expectation, he might push aside Coldplay who are sitting at the first position this week.