The pop star has also released a new song called 'Alone', which is available for free download for fans who have pre-ordered tickets of his upcoming movie 'Believe 3D'.
Justin Bieber debuted "Rollercoaster" on Sunday, November 24 as the latest offering from his Music Mondays series. Unlike the R&B-tinged and slow-tempo songs that the star has previously released, the new track is upbeat and danceable.
Produced by Rodney Jerkins, the song finds Bieber singing about the ups and downs of a relationship. "Spinning all around and around for a world baby/ Roller coaster, roller coaster/ For a minute we were up, but the next we were falling down," he croons.
Bieber has also released another new song entitled "Alone" for fans who pre-order tickets for the documentary movie released this Christmas, "Justin Bieber's Believe", via Fandango. Once they own the tickets, purchasers will get a code to download the track from Amazon.
In "Alone", Bieber is talking about an "inseparable" relationship which he has to give up on due to his hectic schedules. "We were inseparable/ Everything I had to do/ I did it next to you/ And the memories we made were so incredible/ Then our love was interrupted by my schedule/ There was nothing that I could do," he tells his lady.
Bieber hasn't only treated his fans with music. The 19-year-old Canadian heartthrob has dropped a short film to promote his fragrance, "The Key". Running less than four minutes, the Peter Glanz-directed clip features Bieber breaking into some ladies' hotel rooms to fulfill their every fantasy. In the end, shirtless Bieber wakes up on his own bed and finds out that the ladies are his imagination.
Justin Bieber's "Roller Coaster":
Justin Bieber's "Alone":
Justin Bieber's "The Key" short film: