In the video, the Canadian singer is seen performing 'One Less Lonely Girl' to lucky female fans at his concerts.
Justin Bieber has released a special video which he calls "Hold Tight Meets One Less Lonely Girl". Arriving on New Year's Day, the four-minute clip features the concert footage from his "Believe World Tour".
In the video, Bieber's new single "Hold Tight" is played while the screen flashes many scenes of the Canadian heartthrob performing hit "One Less Lonely Girl" to female fans at his shows. Not only does he serenade the lucky girls, but he also goes shirtless and caresses them.
"Hold Tight" is one of ten singles Bieber dropped for his Music Mondays series, which wrapped up in December. The track also appears on "Journals", the collection of Bieber's 15 new songs, which will be on iTunes until January 2.
Bieber recently announced that he's "officially retiring" from music. However, his management has denied the claim, saying that the pop superstar "felt that this was the best way to respond to the latest in a long line of inaccurate or wildly exaggerated media reports about him. He chose to channel his frustration into playing along with this baseless rumor and even used 'beloved' to tip off his core fans that it wasn't real."