Mac Miller to Remix Justin Bieber’s ‘Boyfriend’
The rising rap star will collaborate with 2 Chaniz on the track.
Justin Bieber’s ‘Boyfriend’, the first track from upcoming album ‘Believe’ features many more hip hop and R&B elements than previous songs… but apparently not enough to attract the rap community. But Biebs would never fret. Instead, he plans to enlist the help of Mac Miller and 2 Chainz, two of the fastest rising rappers in America.
XXL Magazine reported that Bieber tweeted, “To celebrate the #BELIEVEtour coming… I might need to drop this #BOYFRIENDremix @2Chainz @MacMiller”.
How does Mac Miller respond?
“uh oh,” Miller tweets.
Bieber hasn’t released the track quite yet, but it is something for Beliebers to look forward to in the near future.
In other Bieber news, he just announced a North American tour for ‘Believe’ while appearing on Ellen. His protégé, Carly Rae Jepson, will open along with another guest yet to be revealed.
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