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2 May 2012, 15:45 | Updated: 2 May 2012, 15:57
The co-writer of 'Boyfriend' recalls how "honoured" he was to be apart of the creation of the Canadian's latest track.
Justin Bieber has been described by Mike Posner as someone who can go "from zero to insane" in no time at all as the co-creator of 'Boyfriend' recalled the pair's time in the studio.
The 'Cooler Than Me' singer told MTV that he was honoured to be part of the teen star's new single and said his freestyles and melodies were simply "crazy".
"Justin's super hands-on with his music," he explained. "He comes up with amazing melodies - that's what I was most impressed by. We'd put on a beat or something, and he goes into a booth, and he freestyles these melodies, and they're crazy."
He added: "With Justin, we kept the studio pretty locked down just because he can go from zero to insane in a matter of five minutes, It was definitely insane. I was just honored to be a part of the project."
The star is preparing to unveil the official music video to the single tomorrow (3rd May) and anticipation has been building ever since he released a series of teaser clips for the promo over the past month.
The track is the first to be lifted from the star's new studio album 'Believe' which will be released on 18th June and Justin was recently pictured in the studio with Kanye West and Usher putting the final touches on the record.