"Confident" coming Sunday at midnight.
Justin Bieber's 10-weekly single release series, dubbed 'Music Mondays,' will end with another collaboration -- this time, with budding Chicago MC Chance The Rapper. The pop superstar shared the collaboration and song title ("Confident") on Thursday (Dec. 5), ahead of the song's release at midnight on Sunday.
"I don't know if the world is ready for Monday," Bieber tweeted at the rapper, who responded in kind, "it almost feels like a holiday."
"Confident" is the second collaboration in the 'Music Mondays' series, which began back in October and also included the R. Kelly duet "PYD." Chance The Rapper, who has previously worked with Lil Wayne and James Blake, released his acclaimed "Acid Rap" mixtape earlier this year, and has yet to deliver a debut album to retailers.
The release of "Confident" will end Bieber's somber 'Music Mondays' series, but Beliebers will get another dose of the teen sensation when his "Believe" movie hits theaters on Christmas Day. Bieber's long-running Believe tour will wrap up on Sunday (Dec. 8) in Perth, Australia.