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Jaden Smith and Justin Bieber Wish You a Happy New Year

The teen musicians and best buds wish all their fans a wonderful 2012

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: January 2nd, 2012 in Culture » Music » News

Jaden Smith and Justin Bieber Wish You a Happy New Year

Justin Bieber wowed fans on New Year’s Eve with his cover of The Beatles “Let It Be” at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve in Times Square. The song, performed alongside Carlos Santana, proved that the teen’s talent far surpasses that of other pop stars, and that the world hasn’t seen half of what he has to offer.

2012 will be a big year for Justin… so he decided to start the year off right with a New year’s track with his friend and fellow musician, Jaden Smith.

On New Year’s Day, Bieber tweeted, “Thank you for 2011, let’s have a better 2012! Happy New Year.”

The “Happy New Year’s” track features 13-year old Smith rapping “the Mayans were lying, nobody’s dying” alongside Justin’s soulful vocals belting "2012 is a year to be better, stronger and closer to the people around you. So grab someone special and just, you know, 5-4-3-2-1, kiss me."

Listen to the song below.

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