Listen: Justin Bieber Releases Unfinished Song After Livestream Chat Fails

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Fans who were let down by Justin Bieber’s failed livestream on Sunday were treated to a welcome surprise a few hours later by way of a new, unreleased single from the 18-year-old superstar.

Bieber — who hosted Saturday Night Live the night before –posted the song, titled “You Want Me,” after letting out a little steam on his Instagram account.

“Never been so frustrated,” he wrote with a shirtless picture of himself attached.

As for the song — which sounds a bit like something Justin Timberlake would release — he tweeted, “its not finished but heres a little part a song I’m working on.”

Bieber was initially going to host a livestream during the Grammy Awards, in which he’d chat with fans and release new music. It eventually fell apart when the social media program reached overcapacity, preventing Bieber from entering the chat room.

The chat was to come on the heels of two big events for Bieber — the aforementioned SNL gig and his brand-new acoustic CD, Believe Acoustic, which hit stores on Jan. 29.

Listen to the new song, below, then share your thoughts on it in the comments.