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Video Premiere: Justin Bieber's 'Fa La La' Ft. Boyz II Men

November 24, 2011 (2:21 am) GMT
Bieber and his homies from Boyz II Men go out on one silent night singing the Christmas jam in an empty neighborhood.
Video Premiere: Justin Bieber's 'Fa La La' Ft. Boyz II Men

releases a black-and-white music video for his newest single "Fa La La". The 17-year-old singer shares screen with his idol and collaborator in this newly-released clip. Together, they sing along in an empty loft during one silent night.

Commenting on their collaboration, Bieber once tweeted, "I used 2 listen to their music and practice the runs. that is how i learned how to sing. now im in the studio with them making music 2gether." On behalf of his bandmates, Shawn Stockman replied back then, "It was a pleasure! Remember what we talked about in the studio Lil bro! Let's do it again sooner than later!!"

Bieber includes "Fa La La" in his holiday album "" which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200. Beside singing with Boyz II Men, he also joins forces with , , and in the CD.

Bieber has been busy promoting the album. Fresh off his appearance at 2011 American Music Awards over the weekend, he dropped by "TODAY" show to make live performances with Usher as a special guest. They rocked Rockefeller Center by singing "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)".

Justin Bieber's "Fa La La" (feat. Boyz II Men) music video

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