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January 13, 2010 (3:21 am) GMT
Justin Bieber performs an acoustic version of his new song 'Baby' which will be released as 'My World (part 2)' first single on January 18.

has a brand new song and it's called "Baby". In this track, the 's protege will be making a duet with . The Canadian tween singer will be releasing the song for digital purchase Monday, January 18.

"Baby" is confirmed to serve as the first single from Justin's upcoming studio album "My World (part 2)" which is due to arrive in March. He recently gave fans first listen to the song by uploading a YouTube video featuring him singing an unplugged version of the track.

"Spread the word and let's help make it my first ever #1 on ITUNES!!" he wrote in an accompanying message. "All this is really a dream and not possible with the amazing support you all have given me on youtube, facebook, twitter, and around the world. Thanks for making dreams for a small town kid."

Justin Bieber hasn't launched his own headlining concert, but already had a bunch of shows on his calendar. In addition to hosting and performing at Pop-Con festival with on February 20, he is also scheduled to sing at Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo on March 21. Moreover, he will perform alongside as an opener at Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam series on February 4.

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