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27 June 2012, 08:17 | Updated: 27 June 2012, 08:30
The 'Boyfriend' singer's next single from his new album will be his song featuring Big Sean.
Justin Bieber will release his Big Sean collaboration 'As Long As You Love Me' as the second official single from 'Believe'.
The 'Never Say Never' star launched his third studio album 'Believe' earlier this month to huge sales across the world, and has reportedly decided on his next single.
Justin's record label Island Def Jam confirmed to Billboard that 'As Long As You Love Me', previously released as an album promo single last month, will be released to radio early next month.
"@BigSean @RodneyJerkins people are login #AsLongAsYouLoveMe --- next single??? thoughts??" Justin tweeted last night (26th June), shortly before the confirmation.
The song features a heavy dub step influence and boasts guest vocals from 'My Last' rapper Big Sean.
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber promoting his new album 'Believe' outside David Letterman last week below (Credit: Splash):
Earlier this week Justin revealed his 'Believe' world tour will feature "magic" and 'pyro' when it launches in the US at the end of September, as well as being influenced by Michael Jackson's past tours.
Justin released 'Boyfriend' as the lead single from 'Believe' last month, as well as promotional singles including 'Die In Your Arms' and 'All Around The World' featuring 'Baby' rapper ludacris.
Keep it Capital for the official release date of Justin Bieber's brand new single 'As Long As You Love Me'.