Justin Bieber features on explicit rap single

The teen pop star guests on Maejor Ali's track 'Lolly'

Justin Bieber has contributed a verse to a rap track.

The pop star has a guest spot on the track 'Lolly' by Detroit rapper Maejor Ali, alongside former Three 6 Mafia hip-hop star Juicy J – watch the video above.

The innuendo-laden 'Lolly' features the chorus: "She say she love my lolly, she wanna make it pop/She says she love my lolly, she wanna kiss the top." Bieber defends his move into hip-hop in the song, rapping: "Windows down, speakers loud, look down at my sneakers now/Got so many features, tell the creatures just to beat it now."

Bieber is currently being sued for £6.4 million alongside his mentor Usher for allegedly copying the track 'Somebody To Love' from Virginia rapper Devin The Dude. He was also booed at the Billboard Awards in May after winning Top Male Artist.

Although Maejor Ali has written for Iggy Azalea, his first major production work was overseeing the soundtrack for kids' flick Bratz: The Movie in 2007.

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