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Listen: Justin Bieber Teams With Far East Movement for 'Live My Life'

Preview a song from the rap group's forthcoming album 'Dirty Bass'

Justin Bieber Teams Up with Far East Movement for 'Live My Life.'
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February 23, 2012 5:15 PM ET

Far East Movement teamed up with teen pop superstar Justin Bieber for "Live My Life," the first single from Dirty Bass, a new album due out this spring. The track, produced by Lady Gaga collaborator RedOne, is a huge pop banger that builds on the high energy of the group's previous smashes "Like A G6" and "Rocketeer." "We're thrilled to have Justin be a part of Dirty Bass," says rapper Kev Nish. "Far East Movement has always focused on unexpected collaborations and mashing up musical genres which keeps making music exciting. 'Live My Life' is a song we think both Far East Movement and Bieber fans will enjoy together."

You can listen to "Live My Life" below.

Far East Movement (ft. Justin Bieber) - Live My Life by CherrytreeRecords

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