Issues Julia Michaels
10 April 2012, 12:12
The 'Never Say Never' singer has teamed up with the R&B star to record two brand new duets.
Justin Bieber has confirmed that he and mentor Usher have both recorded duets for each other's forthcoming albums.
The 'Boyfriend' singer announced on last night (9th April) that fans can expect two collaborations between himself and the 'Climax' singer.
"Now headed to a COVER SHOOT with big bro @UsherRaymondIV – we got duets on both of our albums coming," Justin tweeted yesterday.
Usher later confirmed the news after congratulating the 'Never Say Never' star on the success of his new single 'Boyfriend', which shot straight to number two on the Vodafone Big Top 40 this weekend after its release yesterday.
"Proud of @justinbieber for his new single #BOYFRIEND – the biggest selling worldwide single first week EVER!" Usher posted. "Ohh…and trust we got a duet coming for "LOOKING 4 MYSELF" and "BELIEVE" he has come a long way."
Usher added: "Proud to see his evolution as an artist!"
Last week 'Mistletoe' singer Justin unveiled a new teaser for his music video to 'Boyfriend', the first single to be taken from his forthcoming third album 'Believe'.