Justin Bieber Promises "Big Bro" Drake A Duet On New Album 'Believe'

29 November 2011, 13:26

The 'Mistletoe' singer says he is loving the 'Make Me Proud' rappers new album and is still keep to collaborate.

Justin Bieber has promised "big bro" Drake he has a great collaboration for them in mind for his third album 'Believe'.

17 year-old Justin sent the Canadian rapper a message on Twitter praising Drake's second album 'Take Care', and further hinted at a potential team-up betwen the two artists next year.

"Lovin my big bro @Drake's new album," Justin tweeted yesterday. "We got something for you on my next project. He is my big bro for life."

Earlier in November Justin told Capital FM he is now working on the project and that both Kanye West and Drake are likely to feature in some way.

The singer released his second album 'Under The Mistletoe' last month, which features collaborations with artist including Boyz II Men and Mariah Carey.

'Believe' will be Justin's first non-Christmas album since 2010 release 'My World 2.0'.

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