Bieber Watch: First 'Believe' Single & Far East Movement Collab On The Way

A very happy, red-hatted Justin Bieber plays piano in Times Square while he watches Carlos Santana play guitar on New Year's Eve, as they both ring in 2012.

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, 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."