Usher And Justin Bieber Collab On New Christmas Record

Intern Oct 24 11 4 Comments

Usher Raymond and his mentee Justin Bieber joined forces on a Christmas collaboration. Bieber has been tweeting his fans for months about his new record with his mentor and the song has finally hit the airwaves. Check out the duet “The Christmas Song” inside.

This record will come off the first Christmas album from the teen pop star and fans can expect to hear their favorite classic Christmas songs as well as new material. The album, properly titled, Under The Mistletoe, will be available in stores on November 1st.

Usher helped premiere the new single on the Ryan Seacrest radio show and had this to say about his new record with JB:

“Justin and I did the classic record ‘Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire.’ This record is going to be remembered for years to come. It’s a record that has always been one of my favorites, and I’m happy that I was able to share it with Justin, and for us to put it out. The album is full of surprises, Justin’s ‘Under The Mistletoe‘ is going to be incredible!”

Justin’s new Christmas album is also set to feature artists such as Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes and even Boyz II Men. Not a bad lineup for your first Christmas album huh? What do you think of the new record, does it put you in the Christmas mood?

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4 Comments to “Usher And Justin Bieber Collab On New Christmas Record”

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    It’s only normal for the to colab remember SOMEONE TO LOVE was a hit

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    Yeah that was a good song

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