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16 August 2013, 18:09
The 'Baby' singer's collaboration with the late King of Pop had its first play on Capital FM.
Justin Bieber features on a new song called 'Slave 2 The Rhythm' from the late Michael Jackson, which has received its first play on Capital FM.
The 'Boyfriend' singer is a guest artist on the track, which was recorded by 'Billie Jean' singer Michael before his death in June of 2009.
The reworked version of 'Slave 2 The Rhythm' now features guest vocals from Canadian pop sensation Justin Biber and was played on the Capital FM airwaves for the first time earlier today (16th August).
Ahead of the first play, Justin teased the surprise reveal of his team-up with Michael by posting a number of cryptic Twitter messages online.
"Excited for what is to come. MJ set the bar," Justin tweeted on Friday. "Not only for music but for being an entertainer and how u treat fans.
"Wish he was here," the 'As Long As You Love Me' star continued. "All of it is not always easy but it is a blessing.
"We can change the world. I'm up for the challenge. Big things ahead! #greatness. love you."
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber back in the recording studio recently below (Credit: Instagram):
Early this week reports surfaced that the 19-year-old star had his sights set on buying Jackson's world-famous Neverland estate, which had previously been linked to stars such as Jay-Z and Beyonce.
Listen to Michael Jackson's new song 'Slave 2 The Rhythm' featuring Justin Bieber below...