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22 June 2012, 09:30 | Updated: 22 June 2012, 09:59
The 'Boyfriend' singer's album guest star says he is impressed with Justin's "vision and his dream".
Ludacris has predicted that 'All Around the World', his most recent team-up with Justin Bieber, will be "another smash" if it gets released as an official single.
The 'Boyfriend' singer released the song as a promotional single earlier this month, ahead of launching his brand new album 'Believe' across the world this week, and Ludacris has praised the Canadian star as "an extremely focused artist".
"That's gonna be another smash, trust me," Ludacris told MTV News recently. "He's grown up. He's an extremely focused artist.
"I love working with him, and when you see an artist from where he's started to where he's at now and where he wants to go, you just really see his vision and his dream."
View a picture of Justin Bieber backstage at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2012 earlier this month below:
The two previously collaborated on Justin's 2010 hit single 'Baby', and Justin has also said he loved reuniting with Ludacris for 'All Around The World'.
"Having him back on this song was great, I'm taller than him now!" Justin added, describing the reunion as "awesome".
Justin Bieber launched 'Believe' across the world this week and has made several promotional appearances over the past few days, including a taping of The Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday (20th June.