Billboard -- Mere days before he releases his fifth album, "Believe Acoustic," Justin Bieber is out with a new, laid-back live video for "As Long as You Love Me."
Wearing a sleeveless jean vest and accompanied by his musical director, Dan Kantner, on guitar, the 18-year-old Bieber effortlessly croons the "Believe" standout, adding "la-lala-lala-la-la-lala-lala-la-la"s to the hook without missing a beat.
Bing: Bieber hosting 'SNL'
The video, which was shot in Australia, gives fans a taste of what's to come on "Believe Acoustic," which includes entirely reworked, stripped-down versions of songs from his previous album. The set, out Jan. 29, also includes three new songs.
If "Acoustic" debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 as expected, Bieber will be the only artist in history to have five No. 1 albums before turning 19. He would also be just the 10th act to score a No. 1 album in four consecutive years.
latest music news