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Justin Bieber teams up with Far East Movement

Lady Gaga collaborator RedOne has announced that Justin Bieber has teamed up with Far East Movement on their new record.

The hip-hop quartet, who have previously worked with Dev and One Republic’s Ryan Tedder, are currently putting the finishing touches to their second album, and speaking to MTV News, its producer let slip that the Canadian teen idol is likely to feature:

"The Bieber thing, I don't know if I'm allowed to mention it right now, but ... I did a few songs with Far East Movement, and one of the songs ... to me, it's a smash. And Justin sang the chorus. It's a really good song, and I think people are gonna dance like crazy to it."  

RedOne also revealed how impressed he was with the 17-year-old’s talents:

"He's very positive and he's an amazing singer. He's Justin Bieber. He's a sensation. I think he's becoming a man with his voice. He's an incredible singer. So it's not just the dance or the looks or the 'Justin' factor. He's a real singer musician ... He's a real artist."

Bieber has also recently been in the studio with the likes of Drake, Lil Wayne and Timbaland on his own third album, ‘Believe,’ due for release later this year.

Watch the video for 'Somebody To Love' below: