Justin Bieber Parties With Ludacris On 'All Around The World'

Bieber gets his dance on with new Believe track, which dropped Tuesday.

Justin Bieber has re-teamed with his pal Ludacris on "All Around the World," off his forthcoming album Believe, and this party track is a far cry from the sugary sweet puppy-love track "Baby."

Grinding, fist-pumping and produced by the Messengers, the song sounds a bit like it could have been recorded by Bieber's mentor Usher. A likely contender for the song of the summer, he'll no doubt have fans dancing along with the track.

It's a definite party anthem, full of bleeps, dubstep breakdowns and swirling production. "All around the world/ People want to be loved, yeah/ 'Cause all around the world/ They're no different than us," Bieber proclaims on the club-banging chorus.

When Luda pops in to drop his verse, he's no longer rapping about first love as he did on "Baby." He's definitely upped the swagger for this track, mirroring Bieber's more mature stance on the track. He spits, "Once again, dynamic duos are back!/ JB, Luda!/ I love everything about you/ You're imperfectly perfect!/ Everyone's itching for beauty/ But they're just scratching the surface."

For the single's artwork, Bieber is holding an acoustic guitar over his shoulder, standing on the surface of the world, the moon glowing behind him. The acoustic guitar is an interesting choice given how much of a dance song "All Around the World" is.

This is the third song dropped ahead of the album's release on June 19. He already has girls swooning with "Boyfriend" and "Die in Your Arms." According to Aceshowbiz.com, Bieber will release another new track, "As Long as You Love Me," on June 12.

"All Around the World" isn't just the name of a new Bieber song. It also happens to be the title of his prime-time special airing June 21 on NBC. The hour-long show will give fans a behind-the-scenes look at his global promotional tour in support of the album. And given the chaos he's caused everywhere he's been, including stops in Norway and Paris, it should make for some interesting viewing.