Good Grief Bastille
11 February 2013, 12:26
The pop star posted a video to give fans their first listen to a new song he is working on at the moment.
Justin Bieber debuted a brand new song online last night (10th February) as an apology to fans for being unable to take part in a Livestream question and answer session.
The 'Boyfriend' singer unveiled the first preview of a new song called 'You Want Me' on Sunday evening, after becoming "frustrated" at not being able to connect with his fans on Livestream because of technical difficulties.
"Since nothing is working and I'm super upset I feel I gotta make it up to u," Justin tweeted. "I should post a new song on Twitter so you can still be excited."
The 'As Long As You Love Me' star then gave fans their first listen to the song in a new home-shot video slip, which saw Justin talking to the camera topless while also giving a rare glimpse at his younger siblings Jazmyn and Jaxon.
"So I'm sorry that my live stream didn't work but I'm going to do a video now so I can play you guys some of my new music," Justin says in the clip. "I'm on vacation, that's one of the reasons why I have slow internet."
The Canadian pop star then danced along to 'You Want Me' in the video, before later posting a clearer version of the song for fans to listen to online.
He tweeted: "It's not finished but here's a little part a song I'm working on."
Check out a shirtless picture Justin shared with fans this weekend below (Credit: Instagram):
The 'Beauty And A Beat' singer was noticeably absent from the Grammy Awards 2013 this past weekend after failing to garner a single nomination despite the success of his music in 2012.
Justin Bieber made US chart history last week with the release of 'Believe Acoustic' when he become the first artist to secure five number one albums before the age of 19.
Listen to Justin Bieber's newly unveiled song 'You Want Me' below: