Justin Bieber will premiere the video for his latest single, "U Smile," this week. The singer tweeted the release announcement and gave Beliebers some insight into the clip.
"In 3 days U SMILE video comes," he wrote early Monday (September 27). "And I took the opportunity 2 make a video 4 the fans, about a fan, and how we could fall IN LOVE. Love Grows. #LoveGrows."
Bieber continued to discuss love and the possibility of dating a fan, tweeting, "U know u wake up and you go online sometimes and see your words twisted or isolated from the whole meaning. It is frustrating.... ...you become guarded. Sometimes u don't know who to trust. U say one thing to someone and it comes out totally different.... ....that is why i like twitter. i can say it how it is. no one twisting things so people want to know where it is," he explained. "My fans and i we LOVE EACH OTHER. But to be IN LOVE with someone u need to get to know them personally I get asked all the time would I date a fan and my answer I would date whoever I fall IN LOVE with, and yes that could be a fan."
The singer is reportedly currently dating singer [article id="1648362"]Jasmine Villegas[/article], who's opening for him on his My World tour.
Earlier this month, Bieber was spotted shooting the [article id="1647906"]video for "U Smile,"[/article] which was directed by Alfredo Flores. In photos from the shoot posted on Idolator, Bieber is shown dressed all in black, trying to woo a teenage girl near a run-down movie theater. Back in March, he explained that the song was a great vintage-tinged track. "It really is a throwback to the great records I listened to growing up. ... I wrote it for all my fans who got me here," he wrote.
[article id="1634068"]Bieber[/article] also spoke to MTV News in March about working on the track alongside songwriters Jerry Duplessis, Arden Altino and Dan August Rigo. "I worked with August. I got him. He's a really good writer," the singer said. "The song is amazing. We really love the song, so we decided to cut it. It's really amazing."