Who Should Justin Bieber Collab With Next? Vote!

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Justin Bieber arrives for YouTube Originals' "Justin Bieber: Seasons" premiere at the Regency Bruin Theatre in Los Angeles on Jan. 27, 2020.

Justin Bieber blessed the Beliebers with news of his "Holy" collaboration with Chance the Rapper coming Friday (Sept. 18), but who should he get in the studio with next?

Bieber is no stranger to proclaiming his faith in his music, and Kanye West is treading along that same path since his Billboard 200 No. 1 Jesus Is King album last year. But considering the pop star starred in DJ Khaled and Drake's "Popstar" music video, it might be time for him to link back up with the hitmaking producer (following their mega collab "I'm the One" in 2017 with Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne and "No Brainer" in 2018 sans Lil Wayne) or his fellow Canadian chart-topper.

Once again, the singer's teasers for his upcoming "Holy" song paired with Zayn's special social media announcement led fans to believe they were finally getting their dream collaboration. Only time -- and a proper announcement -- will tell if their dream will come true.

The "Stuck with U" artist gave the ARMY a reason to go crazy when he snuck a cryptic line in his happy birthday tweet to BTSJungkook, who's historically proven he's a major Belieber: "They ain't ready 🙂 now watch this tweet go crazy." But pairing with the global sensations would work in everyone's favor after Bieber explained why the Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 song "Dynamite" was such an explosive hit.

"If anyone knows how to make history, it's BTS. The K-pop group has been shattering records across the global music industry," Bieber started saying in an E! News voiceover earlier this month. Hopefully one day he can shatter records with them.

So who should be on the next JB song? Vote below!

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