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Chris Brown Confirms Justin Bieber Duet, Debuts 'Champion' Video

December 27, 2010 (2:20 am) GMT
In addition to confirming a collaboration with Bieber which will be out on New Year's Eve, Breezy also reveals Chipmunk's music video which features him.

is indeed going to make a duet with . The R&B singer confirmed it on his Twitter, writing "ME and @justinbieber got a BANGER/SMASH record for all the fans out there at the top of the NEW YEAR!!! 2011."

The collaboration actually has been hinted by Bieber since October this year when he tweeted, "Kinda hyped rt now. for a new single teamed up with one of my friends and an artist I used to sing covers of on youtube. BIG RECORD. SMASH!!" He later gave his fans a clue by posting a clip of him covering Breezy's "With You".

Beside collaborating with Breezy, Bieber will do a country-pop crossover with for his new album. As for Breezy, he has joined forces with British rapper in a song called "Champion". A music video for the duet track has recently been debuted. It was directed by Colin Tilley and filmed in Miami.

It's unclear whether the Bieber/Breezy song is recorded for the Canadian singer's new album or the American musician's next effort since both of them are preparing for their next studio installments. However, the "Champion" track is confirmed for Chimpunk's 2011 album "Transition".

Chipmunk's "Champion" music video

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