Justin Bieber and Drake Hit Recording Studio Together for New Album
The Canadian artists are said to be in the studio working on Bieber's 'Believe.'
Thanks to the magic of Twitter, we now know Justin Bieber and Drake are headed into the studio to make musical magic as only two Canadians can.
"You really wanna know who im going into the studio with tonight??#bigbro #CANADA," Bieber tweeted cryptically Wednesday.
Then on Thursday, Bieber manager Scooter Braun confirmed with a tweet that Bieber and Drake would indeed be in the studio together this week. As MTV reported, the collaboration has been in the making since 2010, when at the MTV Video Music Awards, Bieber said he would like Drake to appear on his next non-holiday album.
Bieber is gathering a number of other music luminaries to help with the album, Believe. Kanye West is in the mix, and Ke$ha might be as well. Producers Pharrell, will.i.am and Lil Wayne are also rumored to be involved, MTV reported.
Bieber's most recent album, Under the Mistletoe, was released late last year.
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