‘All Around the World,’ a brand new song but not the next single from Justin Bieber‘s ‘Believe,’ has landed on iTunes. It features rapper Ludacris dropping rhymes mid-song, too. Overall, this is the clubbiest the Biebs has ever sounded, thanks to the processed vocals, the shout out he gives the DJ and the heavily Auto-tuned choruses.
Bieber definitely brings the swag, and he wants people on the floor, busting swaggy moves to this song, which is the result of lots of knob-twiddling wizardry and a couple of MAC Book Pros. Organic, it’s not. But it’s a new year, a new album and a new Biebs. It’s a synthy studio creation.
Ludacris lends his raps at the 2:30 mark, shouting out JB and saying the Dynamic Duo is back in the hizzy.
He does toss off a poignant lyric that Beliebers can sing over and over again: “Hate may win some battles / But love wins in the end.” The Biebs echoes the sentiment in the chorus, singing, “All around the world / People want to be loved.”
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