The Canadian popstar is seen dancing around and interacting with fellow tourists in the video, which is filmed during his recent visit to the Great Wall of China
An unofficial music video for Justin Bieber's latest single, "All That Matters", has unexpectedly hit the web. The new clip appears to be filmed during the 19-year-old Canadian popstar's recent visit to the Great Wall of China.
In the video, Bieber is seen accompanied by his bodyguards, the same persons who made headlines for carrying the singer on their shoulders when hitting the historical landmark earlier this month. Bieber also dances around the iconic building and interacts with fellow tourists.
The leaked clip upset Alfredo Flores, who directed the music video. He took to Twitter on Monday, October 15 to vent his frustration, writing, "I hate leaks. You work so hard on something and then people see it at opposed to 100 like intended."
"All That Matters" is the second song released as a part of Bieber's 10-week "Music Mondays" series. The track follows up highly-anticipated single "Heartbreaker", which is allegedly about Bieber's ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez.
Justin Bieber's "All That Matters" music video