By Brian Marder, Hollywood.com Staff
Justin Bieber on Tuesday released another single from his upcoming album Believe, and it just may be his most grown-up music to date.
Which isn't to say that ""All Around the World"" has no sense of fun, but it sees the Biebs, now officially an adult, clearly transitioning musically into less straightforward-pop territory armed now with a much deeper voice, but not to his detriment, if this song is any indication. In fact, expect to hear this one in as many clubs as on radio stations.
Rapper Ludacris pitches in with a verse of his own on ""All Around the World."" It's the second time the two have collaborated: Ludacris assisted on one of Bieber's most popular songs, 2010's ""Baby,"" which featured the then 16-year-old with a much different voice. Give the song a listen below, and continue reading to see some of our favorite Bieber collaborations!
Justin Bieber, Ludacris - ""Baby"":
Justin Bieber, Jaden Smith - ""Never Say Never"":
Justin Bieber, Rascal Flatts - ""That Should Be Me"":
Justin Bieber, Sean Kingston - ""Eenie Meenie"":
Justin Bieber, Usher - ""Somebody to Love"":
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