Oh, this is embarrassing. It looks like Justin Bieber has finally received all those letters I wrote him using letters I clipped out of magazines. Either that, or “You Want Me,” a new song that recently popped up on his SirBizzle SoundCloud page, is about someone Justin knows IRL, and not just a creep cataloging his every move from afar.
Well, to call it a “new” song isn’t entirely accurate. (And no, I’m not talking about the Justin Timberlake-meets-Timbaland vibes I’m getting. Totally here for that.) While “You Want me” has never received an official release, Beliebers will recall that JB premiered the track on his SoundCloud following a February 2013 livestream.
According to a poster on ONTD, though, Justin later privated the video, a move he appears to have reversed quite recently.
A quick Twitter search confirms these suspicions, as links to the SirBizzle account’s “You Want Me” audio suddenly drop off the radar after May 1. (BRB, delivering a box of coffin nails to some rando named “Old Media.” #WheresMyPultizer)
So, why do you think Justin would suddenly re-share the breezy R&B number with his fans? Maybe it has something to do with all that “incredible stuff” he teased on Friday on Twitter?
Been working on some incredible stuff and will share with you soon. No one sees this coming
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) May 9, 2014
Well, whatever “You Want Me” is intended for — not to mention “Life Is Worth Living,” “Broken,” “We Were Born For This,” or that untitled new song with DJ Mustard — if it’s Justin’s next studio release, I’m onboard.
Whenever you’re ready, Justin, I’ll be waiting.