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Video: Justin Bieber Previews New 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town' Remix

October 17, 2011 (9:02 am) GMT
The 'U Smile' hitmaker is in studio crafting a revamped version of the holiday classic for his forthcoming album 'Under the Mistletoe'.
Video: Justin Bieber Previews New 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town' Remix

keeps releasing viral video to promote his upcoming holiday album "". In this latest one, the Canadian singing sensation is seen hitting the studio to lay his vocals for a cover version of Christmas classic "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town".

Behind-the-scene footage showing the making of the lead single "Mistletoe" and its upcoming music video are included as well. The sweet reggae tune will be released on October 17, and its clip will premiere on the next day. If the song reaches No. 1 on iTunes, Bieber will release his collaboration with .

Bieber will do an interview with for his morning radio show on Monday. Then, he will sit down with MTV on the following day. Beliebers can take part in the latter interview by submitting their questions through texts or video questions via Twitter, using the hashtag #AskBieber.

The "Baby" hitmaker will release his upcoming holiday album "Under the Mistletoe" in the United States on November 1. $1 from every copy of the album sold will be donated to charity. Beside Usher, , , and are lined up as featured guests.



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