Justin Bieber Debuts New Song 'We Were Born for This'


Justin Bieber Debuts New Song 'We Were Born for This'
In the track, the Canadian pop star thanks his fans for their support and tells haters that he'll be 'here to stay.'


Justin Bieber has dropped a new track called "We Were Born for This". "Another free song ??" the Canadian heartthrob alerted his fans on Twitter on Monday, April 28. He also attached a link to the guitar-driven slow-tempo ballad on his SoundCloud page.

In the track, Bieber expresses his gratitude to his fans and tells haters that he'll keep doing what he loves despite the criticism. "You go your way/ And I'll go mine/ Cuz this is my time/ And I won't waste it thinking about what you gotta say/ Cuz I'm here to stay."

The lyrics are not the only interesting things from Bieber's "We Were Born for This". Many fans point out that the song's artwork bears a striking resemblance to the cover of Paramore's 2007 album "Riot!". They also accuse Bieber of plagiarizing a fan art that first appeared on Tumblr in 2011.

"We Were Born for This" came just days after Bieber released another new track titled "Hard 2 Face Reality". Hitting the web over the weekend, the song finds Selena Gomez's on-again, off-again boyfriend singing about relationship woes.



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