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6 June 2012, 07:25 | Updated: 6 June 2012, 07:29
The 'Boyfriend' star has offered fans the latest taster of his upcoming studio album 'Believe'.
Justin Bieber has released a track from his upcoming album 'Believe' entitled 'All Around The World' which features a collaboration with rapper Ludacris.
The 'Somebody To Love' singer and the American star first teamed up on the Canadian star's smash worldwide hit 'Baby' and have once again joined forces for the party anthem sounds of the new track.
The teen star can be heard singing the lines: "Cause all around the world. People want to be loved, yeah. All around the world, They're no different then us."
The track is the opening song on the star's new album and follows the release of his single 'Boyfriend' and 'Die In Your Arms'.
Meanwhile, the star will be at Capital FM's Summertime Ball 2012 this Saturday (9th June) performing at Wembley Stadium with the likes of Coldplay, Katy Perry and The Wanted.
You can view the artwork for the single – which the star uploaded to his Twitter account after releasing the song below:
Justin's new album 'Believe' is released on 18th June.
You can listen to Justin Bieber's new song 'All Around The World' below: