Justin Bieber fans, rejoice! The superstar singer has got some new tracks on the way -- and you've only have to wait five days to hear the first one.
It may not be a proper Bieber single, but his collaboration with G6-ers Far East Movement -- which will also feature everyone's favorite party-rocking duo, LMFAO -- will drop on Tuesday (Feb. 28). Yesterday afternoon (Feb. 22), the Biebs tweeted the news about the RedOne-produced track, along with the hashtag/likely song title, #LiveMyLife.
But that's not all, folks: Some time in March, fans will get their first taste of Bieber's much-anticipated new record, "Believe." No official info about the song has been released, but the man himself confirmed the upcoming drop with the Tweet, "And u guys keep asking. so yeah. my single is NEXT MONTH>#BELIEVE."
Bits and pieces of info about "Believe" have been steadily arriving over the past few months, and it's certainly shaping up to be a doozy. We know he's been working with hit-maker extraordinaire Pharrell Williams, as well as Drake, Lil Wayne, Will.i.am and Timbaland.
In other recent Bieber-related news: The singer, who turns 18 next week, was nominated for Album of the Year at Canada's Juno Awards for his Christmas record, "Under The Mistletoe."