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The 'Boyfriend' singer says the record "wouldn't have been the same' without fellow Canadian Drake.
Justin Bieber has thanked Drake for appearing on his new album 'Believe', and says it "wouldn't have been the same' without the 'Take Care' rapper.
Canadian rapper Drake messaged Justin yesterday (26th June) on Twitter to congratulate the 'Boyfriend' star on a "great" new record, following the album's huge success across the world.
"Congrats to @justinbieber on a great album and for allowing me to be a part of it," Drake tweeted last night.
"@Drake come on man. the album wouldn't have been the same without you," Justin later replied. "Thank you big bro. #RIGHTHERE - #BELIEVE."
The two teamed up on Justin's record 'Believe' for the track 'Right Here', while the album also boasts other collaborations with the likes of Big Sean and Ludacris.
View a picture of Drake and Justin Bieber together backstage at a Kanye West concert in 2011 below (Credit: Splash):
It was confirmed this week that Justin's Big Sean collaboration 'As Long As You Love Me' will serve as the official second single to be lifted from the record.
Drake is currently working on his own third studio album and says he wants to "bring people together" with the music he is recording for the follow-up to 2011's 'Take Care'.