Justin Bieber Plans Star-Studded Album With Drake, Kanye and Chris Brown
A new tidbit about Justin Bieber's next studio installment is brought forward by none other than his own manager Scooter Braun. In an interview with MTV, the talent scouter revealed Drake and Kanye West are among his A-list featured guests.
"Yes, Justin is working on new music," the manager confirmed. "He's been talking to Drake about new music. [Bieber] and Kanye had a call today about a song they're trying to work on together. Kanye wants to produce a bunch of new songs for the new album."
Braun also named Chris Brown, stating that "Him and Chris Brown have been sending stuff back and forth to each other." Beside making music with the R&B and rap artists, Bieber is also working a country/pop crossover with Grammy-winning group Rascal Flatts.
The manager then played a clip of a new Bieber song to the publication, saying that it may come out on Valentine's Day, three days after his movie "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" arrives in the U.S. theaters. It's not known whether the song is a solo or a duet though.
During the interview, MTV also took the advantage to ask Braun about the nature of Bieber and Selena Gomez's relationship. Brushing off the romance rumor, he said, "I know that him and the person you're asking about are really close friends and have been for awhile. As far as I know, that's what they are."
Braun stated further, "Everybody wants to know something. Here's what I'm going to tell you. This kid travels a lot and I always told him, I was always like, 'You shouldn't be in a relationship unless you can give someone everything'."
Back on his new music project, those working behind the production table with Bieber have also been revealed. In an interview with Rap-Up TV, Kevin Cossom spilled the beans that he, Danja and Bangladesh have been booked to help the Canadian singer make more mature sound with "edgy vibe."
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