Jadakiss Feat. Nino Man
Jadakiss probably isn't the first rapper that comes to mind when you think of a Justin Bieber remix, but the OG gave the Biebz's single "Sorry" a try, and brought along Harlem rapper on the come up Nino Man. 'Kiss kicks off the new mix with his trademark laugh, before spitting a short verse that leads into Nino Man, and they continue this way back-and-forth until Bieber's original vocals come in. Unfortunately this is a clean version, so keep your eyes peeled for the dirty version. How do you think the two NY natives do over the Skrillex-produced beat?
What Do You Mean (Remix)
Justin Bieber Feat. Ariana Grande
Hip-hop or not, it's been impossible to ignore the attention surrounding Justin Bieber's new album, Purpose, which arrived today.
Justin Bieber's new album Purpose has been swaying the naysayers one slapper at a time, and today the Biebs has shared two more brand new tracks from the album today (the Halsey collab hasn't been shared by Apple Music just yet). The first was co-written by Ed Sheeran, and strays from the electro-infused sound of the rest of the singles so far. Instead, it's given a very minimal arrangement, with just Justin harmonizing himself over a simple guitar riff, before a trumpet intrudes in the bridge.
I'll Show You
Justin Bieber Feat. Skrillex
Justin Bieber has come through with another single off his upcoming album, Purpose, which drops on November 13. The new song, "I'll Show You," is another collaboration with EDM producer Skrillex, following "Sorry," the "dance video" to which has amassed almost 60 million YouTube views after being released just over a week ago.
Justin Bieber Feat. Selena Gomez
Tonight's OVO Sound Radio mixes came from Nineteen85, producer of "Hotline Bling," and Illangelo, who has produced extensively for The Weeknd. Though there weren't as many surprises as when PartyNextDoor took the decks in the previous episode, Nineteen85 did share a highly anticipated collab between Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, "Strong," which will presumably land on Bieber's upcoming album, Purpose.
What Do You Mean?
Since delivering his Believe album back in 2012, Justin Bieber has slowly transformed in front of our eyes, probably in both appearance and in sound. As the pop sensation matured, so did his music.
Why You Mad (Infinity Remix)
Mariah Carey Feat. French Montana, Justin Bieber & T.I.
A few days back, we saw a few pictures of Mariah Carey in the studio with French Montana and Justin Bieber, and after a very short turnaround period, the track they were all working on is now available to stream. They remixed "Infinity," the stunning new track included on Carey's recent greatest hits compilation, and T.I. was also on hand to lend a verse.
Where Are U Now
Jack Ü Feat. Justin Bieber
Producers Diplo and Skrillex, who go by the duo Jack U, just pulled a Beyonce Drake and surprised fans with a new 10-track album tonight called Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack Ü. With tracks like “Febreze” featuring 2 Chainz, and the remix to “Take Ü There” with Missy Elliott having already been heard, fans can now listen to one of the most anticipated cuts off the project with “Where Are U Now” featuring Justin Bieber.
Intertwine (Radio Rip)
Lil Twist Feat. Justin Bieber
Lil Twist & Justin Bieber are usually known for running around together in the streets, but today they’re linking up on a new song called “Intertwine”.
Home To Mama
Justin Bieber Feat. Cody Simpson
Given Justin Bieber's recent proclivity towards drop-crotch pants, tattoos and tilted baseball caps, it's a little odd to see him don a cowboy hat on the artificially homespun-looking cover for "Home To Mama," a new track with 17 year old Australian singer-songwriter Cody Simpson.
All About That Bass (Remix)
Maejor Feat. Justin Bieber
Meghan Trainor has blown up on YouTube with her #1 Billboard hit "All About That Bass", off her new Title EP. While the song is extremely poppy, Maejor Ali and his friend Justin Bieber have decided to give it a re-work. Producer (and sometimes rapper) Maejor Ali adds a significant amount of bass to the production and giving it more of a hip-hop/EDM feel, chopping things down a notch. Biebz comes in to assist Meghan Trainor on the hook, pushing her vocals to the background, and he goes in on ladies who photo shop. What do you think of it?
Trey Songz Feat. Justin Bieber
Trey Songz has already unveiled three bonus track from his new album Trigga today, but those aren;t the only tricks up his sleeves, it seems. Trigga Trey has just shared a remix of his single "Foreign" that features Justin Bieber.
Looking For You
Justin Bieber Feat. Migos
Well here's a collaboration that we didn't see coming. Following last month's "We Were Born For This" release, Justin Bieber calls on ATL's own Migos for a feature on his newest track "Looking For You". The teen superstar searches for love in the club on this synth-heavy banger, while Migos add the hip hop flavor and turn up. No word as for where this might end up, but JB's album is unlikely.
Hard 2 Face Reality (Remix)
Lil Chuckee Feat. Justin Bieber & Poo Bear
Following his latest release “Get Up“, YMCMB’s own Lil Chuckee is back today with another new cut for the fans. This time around, he decides to tackle Justin Bieber and Poo Bear's recently-released cut, “Hard 2 Face Reality”, which dropped on Sunday.
We Were Born For This
Yesterday Justin Bieber unleashed a collaboration with Poo Bear, "Hard 2 Face Reality", which was on more of an r'n'b/Justin Timberlake vibe. Today, he heads in another direction with the acoustic guitar-driven "We Were Born For This."
Hard 2 Face Reality
Justin Bieber Feat. Poo Bear
Lately, it seems as if Justin Bieber has made more headlines for his personal life than his music, but he returns today to show us all that he's still a very talented individual. Bieber released the track "Hard 2 Face Reality," featuring Poo Bear, on his SoundCloud page early this morning.
Khalil Feat. Birdman
Birdman takes young Sacramento, California singer / songwriter Khalil under his wing on this lavish new record, aptly-titled "Bands Up" and included on DJ Tay James' new mixtape We Know The DJ Radio, Vol. 4. Khalil is apparently one of Justin Bieber's closest friends, having been heavily co-signed by him. Produced By Johnny Rain, the track closes with a brief, open form verse from Birdman, which you can read in the abstract below. He paints a vivid picture.
After recruiting some major features for his new album Journals, the Biebs decides to take the solo route on this new bonus track "Flatline". And for the delay of his album, the track can be yours for free by downloading it now on iTunes. Quotable Lyrics:
Justin Bieber Feat. Future
We've got another leak from Justin Bieber's Journals project, if the first two weren't enough. "What's Hatnin" finds Biebz and Future going back-and-forth together. Quotable Lyrics "Do you wanna scream and shout? (yeah yeah) / But I don't wanna fight babe (yeah yeah) / I guess that's why I'm leaving now (yeah yeah) / I can't do nothin' right babe (yeah yeah)" - Future
Justin Bieber Feat. Big Sean
The rap collaborations off Justin Bieber's forthcoming iTunes project Journals (which drops tonight at midnight) keep arriving this Sunday afternoon. After hearing the Lil Wayne collabo, we get the Diplo-produced "Memphis" which bangs slightly harder than "Backpack." Does Bieber have your approval yet? Quotable Lyrics