Justin Bieber Returns with New Single Boyfriend

Island Def Jam global superstar Justin Bieber returns to the front lines with his brand new single, “Boyfriend” set for worldwide release today at radio, and a week-long exclusive via iTunes starting today, March 26.

“Boyfriend” is the first advance single from BELIEVE, Justin’s new studio album, set for release this summer. “Boyfriend” was written by Justin Bieber, Mike Posner, Mason D. Levy and Mat Musto; and produced by Mason D. Levy and Mike Posner.

With worldwide album sales in excess of 15 million units, Justin has dominated pop culture and social media for more than two years.

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In honor of Justin Bieber’s 18th birthday, Hallmark, in partnership with full-service merchandise company Bravado, announced a gift to his fans — first-of-its-kind Justin Bieber greeting cards. (Read: How Hallmark Celebrates Justin Bieber’s Birthday)

According to Island Def Jam, Justin has over 41 million Facebook followers, and nearly 19 million Twitter followers, and over 2.7 billion YouTube views – he is far and away the most popular YouTube artist of all time.

“The momentum behind Justin’s phenomenal success continues with ‘Boyfriend,’ destined to be one of this year’s iconic single releases,” said Steve Bartels, president & COO, Island Def Jam Music Group.

“What Justin and the IDJ team have achieved since 2010 has been etched into music history, but it’s only the beginning. Be prepared for the juggernaut that will take place with today’s release of ‘Boyfriend,’ and the Summer arrival of BELIEVE.”

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