Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber performs on the stage in concert at MasterCard Center on September 29, 2013 in Beijing, China

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Justin Bieber has teamed-up with R. Kelly on the new track “PYD,” the latest in the Canadian pop star’s Music Monday series.

"PYD" -- shorthand for "Put You Down" -- is a stripped-down, loved-up soul number which carries just the faintest of beats. In Biebers words, its “gonnna be another classic.”

With “PYD,” Bieber has now released a total of seven songs, every Monday. None of the tracks have been officially promoted to radio, or are considered proper singles by Bieber's record label, Island. "PYD" can be heard below.

Earlier this year, Bieber made the promise of new music and movie by year's end. The Music Mondays tracks are, at this point, not part of a future album release.

R. Kelly's upcoming album “Black Panties” will drop Dec. 10.

Bieber's trek of South America has been a “classic” for many of the wrong reasons, and he’s already grabbing negative headlines in Australia ahead of his tour Down Under. Australia’s News.com.au site describes the upcoming tour as "the concert no one wants to go to anymore.”

Bieber’s tour rolls into Auckland, New Zealand for a pair of dates starting Nov. 23, then moves to Brisbane, Australia Nov. 26 for the start of eight arena shows.

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