Justin Bieber Will 'Make You Believe' With This Recently Unearthed Track (AUDIO)
Just days before his intimate interview with Oprah Winfrey airs, a new Justin Bieber track has hit the web.
The track, titled "Make You Believe," sounds like it could have been a single off Bieber's latest album Believe, but for whatever reason the track was scrapped from the final record. The Justin Timberlake-like song is a synth-heavy club hit perfect for older Beliebers.
“I can’t make you promises, but I’ll make you believe," Bieber croons. The 18-year-old gets suggestive on the sexy song, singing, “I’m gonna touch you when the beat drops/ Right there.”
At 1:55, "Make You Believe" is slightly more mature -- and significantly shorter -- than his previous singles, which might be why it didn't make Believe's final cut.
If you're looking for one last Black Friday steal, the track is currently being given away on Bieber’s webstore as a special gift with purchases. Go Beliebers, go!
In the revealing new interview, the teen superstar admits that between touring and making hit records, his hectic lifestyle can be lonely and has forced him to keep a close circle of friends.
“I get days where I’m just down and gloomy,” he told Winfrey. “I have like three close friends that I’ll fly out to see me or chat with or call, but I mean, that’s really the truth,” he added.