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19 January 2013, 12:11
The 'Boyfriend' singer performs 'Take You' to celebrate six years of being on the popular website.
Justin Bieber has marked the sixth anniversary of his first ever YouTube video by posting a teaser from his new album 'Believe Acoustic'.
The 'Beauty And A Beat' singer rose to fame through his official YouTube channel after posting his first clip way back in 2006, before eventually being discovered by his current manager Scooter Braun.
Justin has chosen to honour the occasion by performing an acoustic version of his song 'Take You', which features on both his 2012 album 'Believe' and the new acoustic release, in a special video uploaded yesterday (18th January).
The album features acoustic versions of many of Justin's 'Believe' album tracks, as well as two additional songs called 'I Would' and 'Yellow Raincoat'.
The 'Boyfriend' star is seen wearing blue jeans, a black tank top and black backwards cap while performing in the new clip, which has already amassed over half a million views.
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber performing on his 'Believe' world tour this month below (Credit: WENN):
Earlier this week Justin was pictured getting what is believed to be his mother's date of birth inked onto his chest as the latest in a long line of tattoos he already has on his body.
Justin Bieber will release his new album 'Believe Acoustic' on 29th January.
Watch Justin Bieber celebrating six years on YouTube with a performance of 'Take You' below: