Bieber promises that if the dance track, which is released ahead of the planned schedule, bows to number one on iTunes, he will release next single 'As Long As You Love Me' soon.
Promoting another single from his upcoming album "Believe", pop sensation Justin Bieber unleashes "All Around the World" on Monday, June 4. The techno-inspired dance track presents the Canadian singer's vocal chops with a featured rap section from hip-hop star Ludacris.
"It's all around the world/People want to be loved, yeah/Cause all around the world/They're no different then us," so Bieber sings in the chorus. Luda goes on rapping, "Once again, Dynamic duos are back!/Jb, luda!/I love everything about you/You're imperfectly perfect!/Everyone's itching for beauty/But they're just scratching the surface."
The upbeat single was originally planned to be dropped at midnight, and Bieber seemed a little surprised when it came out earlier today. The 18-year-old popstar tweeted his manager Scooter Braun, "WHAT!?!?! It's out!?!?!" In a following tweet, he wrote to his fans, "#AllAroundTheWORLD you ALL deserved to be LOVED."
"All Around the World" is produced by The Messengers and marks the second time Ludacris teams up with the "Baby" hitmaker. The teen idol promised his fans that if the newly released dance track bows to number one on iTunes, he will drop another single "As Long As You Love Me" next Tuesday.
Bieber is currently in Madrid, promoting his upcoming album which is due in the U.S. on June 19. The studio effort also features collaborations with such rap stars as Nicki Minaj and Drake.