The Canadian pop star has also hinted at a monstrous collaboration with Diplo, Lil Wayne, R. Kelly and Big Sean.
Justin Bieber wants Chance the Rapper to help him close out his 10-week Music Mondays series, which kicked off back in October. The two stars just reveal that they've worked on a collaboration single called "Confident", which will be released on iTunes on Sunday, December 8 at midnight.
Bieber has shared the new single's artwork, which features a purple diamond against a white background. "I don't know if the world is ready for Monday," the 19-year-old pop star tweeted at the rapper, who responded with, "It almost feels like a holiday."
"Confident" will be the second collaboration track released during Bieber's Music Mondays. The first one is provocative R&B slow jam "PYD", in which R. Kelly makes a guest appearance.
Earlier this week, Bieber hinted at another collaboration with Kelly, Chance the Rapper, Diplo, Lil Wayne and Big Sean when he mentioned them in a Twitter post that read, "The[y] have no idea what is coming. #journals."
After wrapping up his Music Mondays next week, Bieber is going to prepare the release of his documentary movie, "Justin Bieber's Believe", which is scheduled to hit U.S. theaters on Christmas.