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Just one day after a paparazzo accused Justin Bieber of battery, the teen heart throb has released his latest single, entitled "Die In Your Arms."

While it's not a cover of "(I Just) Died In Your Arms" by Cutting Crew (sadly), the new track by the Bieb does have a decidedly retro feel to it.

Scooter Braun, Bieber's manager, described the song on Twitter as having an "Old School Jackson 5 vibe." Listen below and see if you agree:

"Die In Your Arms" is the eighth track on Believe, Bieber's third studio release.

The much-hyped first single from the album, "Boyfriend", debuted at No. 2.

Unlike this latest song, "Boyfriend" was influenced by R&B and hip-hop as Justin continues to branch out, relatively, as his career progresses.

Believe drops June 19. What do you think of "Die in Your Arms"?

 

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Justin Bieber has been accused of battery against a celebrity gossip photographer. But questions have already risen over the legitimacy of this allegation.

Justin Bieber in California

Here is what the paparazzi member claims in a police report: he tried to take Justin's picture around noon yesterday outside a mall in Calabasas called The Commons.

Bieber, who was accompanied by Selena Gomez, reacted in anger, some kind of physical confrontation took place and the photographer was taken to the hospital after complaining of upper torso pain.

Here is what actually went down according to witnesses who spoke to TMZ: The photographer was blocking Bieber's car; the singer asked him to move; and a scuffle did ensue when the "journalist" refused to do so.

But an attorney then approached the photographer and explained how he could get a lot of money if he called and ambulance and pressed charges.

No word yet from anyone in Justin's camp, while authorities are hoping to speak to Bieber and Gomez some time this week.

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We could be like Selena and Biebs, wild and free, a couple disobedient teens. Sneaking out to meet around like 2 o'clock in the eve/Paparazzi in the bar and we just hot in the beach.

So spits out Asher Roth in a verse from the new remixed version of "Boyfriend," as that rapper joins forces with 2 Chainz and Mac Miller to update Justin Bieber's smash hit.

Roth is referring, of course, to the Biebs and girlfriend Selena Gomez, about whom Justin penned this single.

Bieber linked to this remixed version of the track on Twitter yesterday, while also updating fans on the second song off upcoming album "Believe." It will be titled "Die In Your Arms."

Hey, have you checked out the Justin Bieber tour dates yet? When is he headed to a venue near you?

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Justin Bieber will conclude 2012, and kick off 2013, by taking North America by storm.

That's right, Beliebers, the singing sensation is going on tour! And he's bringing Carly Rae Jepsen wit him!

JB made the announcement during a taped interview with Ellen DeGeneres that will air today across all markets:

When will Justin be performing at a city/venue near you? Tickets go on sale June 2 to the general public and we've listed the tour dates below. Peep them now as you also watch a video of Ellen paying homage to Bieber's recent high school graduation...

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Of all the songs penned for his new album, Justin Bieber wrote one for Mariah Yeater and one for Selena Gomez.

He also dedicated a single to his fans.

It's the title track on "Believe" and its lyrics include the line: You kept my heart from falling.

Why are these words so meaningful? Because Bieber nearly quit the music business, he told The Hollywood Reporter Sunday night at The Billboard Music Awards, and his supporters kept the young singer going.

Billboard Music Award Winner

"I think it's so important to me because it's about my fans and how much they've helped me," Bieber said of the song. "They really have kept my heart from falling because they've always been there and supported me and cheered me on."

Bieber admitted "there were so many times when I just wanted to say, ‘Enough is enough, I don't want to do this anymore.'"

But, thank goodness, he pushed forward and was rewarded for his efforts with a standing ovation at the aforementioned awards ceremony, where he won Top Social Artist and performed his latest single.

"Believe" comes out on June 19.

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The 2012 Billboard Music Awards were in full swing Sunday night, with Justin Bieber among the music mega-stars hand to perform in Las Vegas.

Biebs became the first name on the list of Billboard Music Award winners, taking home Top Social Artist honors and addressing his many fans.

JB went on to perform his new hit song “Boyfriend.” Watch below!

"I just want to say how much of a blessing it's been... the past three or four years, growing up in front of everybody,” Justin said emotionally.

“I want to thank all my fans worldwide, because the Internet is where I got my start, and all my fans have helped me get to this position."

Modern Family star and BMA co-host Julie Bowen asked the audience to pay their respects to Robin Gibb, the Bee Gees member who died Sunday.

Other performances honored the late Adam "MCA" Yauch, Queen of Disco Donna Summer, and of course Jordin Sparks' tribute to Whitney Houston.

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For the past few months, everything has seemed beyond hunky dory for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Photograph

They've been spotted holding hands, Rachel Barnes has said they are adorable, they kissed each other in front of 20,000 people at the Lakers game.

But then the following Tweet appeared on Bieber's account last night, sent out to over 21 million followers before quickly being deleted:

Biebs Tweet

This is all the information we have at this time, but it's hard not to read something rather cryptic and Selena-related into those words, wouldn't you say?

Could Justin have been referring to Gomez when he told GQ this month that you simply can't trust anyone? We'll update this story as more news breaks.

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Justin Bieber has learned a lot in Hollywood - and, unfortunately, not all of the lessons have been positive.

"I keep my guard up a lot," the singer says in the latest issue of GQ. "Because you know, you can’t trust anyone in this business. That’s what’s sad. You can’t trust anybody. I learned the hard way.”

Clearly, that's not entirely true for the Biebs, considering his close relationship with Usher and, of course, with Selena Gomez.

Justin Bieber GQ Photo

Elsewhere in the interview, responds to a question about alcohol intake with:

“For me, it’s just like, I like to be in control of myself. I mean, I’ve had a beer, like, before... but I never get out of control.”

For a lot more from the most powerful 18-year old in Hollywood, pick up the latest issue of GQ. It has Michael Fassbender on the cover.

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Justin Bieber helped Andy Samberg and Jorma Taccone celebrate their 100th Digital Short this weekend on Saturday Night Live, but the teenager immediately regretted doing so after he learned just how the pair planned on touting the feat.

"Tonight we are celebrating our 100th short," Samberg sings in the following video. "Congratulations to us, truly a major milestone. Guess what we're going to do? Tonight, we're gonna suck our own c-ck."

Wait... what?!? Justin responds.

At various points, former Digital Short stars such as Natalie Portman, Michael Bolton and Jon Hamm also showed up.

So did Justin Timberlake, who, of course, is responsible for the most memorable edition of all-time. In case you forgot, we have four words for you: D-ck in a Box.

Host Will Ferrell joined in the festivities as well, concluding the video with: "I do endorse this song. My name is Will Ferrell and I'm sucking my own dong."

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Justin Bieber and Usher cover the latest issue of Billboard. We'll give you a moment to go pick up a copy...

Justin Bieber and Usher Billboard Cover

... got it? Okay. Good.

With the the release of Bieber's Believe just over a month away, mentor and protege gush over each other within the pages of the publication.

"He’s always been a dope MC," Usher says of the singer he discovered on YouTune. "'Boyfriend‘ was really the defining moment; it became No. 1 everywhere, which is what dreams are made of. Both of us are being modest about what our journeys have been in terms of songwriting: Justin really has participated in every writing session - that’s amazing.

"It’s easy to just dial something in, but if you make the music authentic, people feel connected to you as an artist from the beginning.”

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