Justin Bieber has added yet another A-list chart-topper to the collaboration roster for his new album Believe. Speaking with Capital FM earlier this week, the Biebster announced that he's hit the studio with his very own "Punk'd" victim Taylor Swift.
"You know, the whole album is just so different, there's so many different people collaborating," the 18-year-old pop star said of the upcoming release. Aside from name-dropping a few hip-hop heavyweights like Kanye West and Drake, the singer revealed that he penned a tune with Swift, admitting the cut will have a country vibe.
"It's crazy," Bieber explained. "I mean I even wrote a song with Taylor Swift, so the whole album ranges differently."
With the string of features, JB emphasized that the LP will have a mix of sounds, saying, "With my music, it doesn't only stay in a box. It's so out there. Everything is so different and that's why I'm so happy with this album."
No word on whether Swift's vocals will appear on the tune in addition to her writing credit.
Bieber's collabo with the singer/songwriter shouldn't be too much of a shock for fans. Late last year, the duo hit the stage together for Swift's L.A. gig on her Speak Now trek. Most recently, Swift was the subject of one of Bieber's "Punk'd" shenanigans when he convinced the singer she ruined a wedding.
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