Song follows on from singer's recent album 'Purpose'
Justin Bieber has unveiled a brand new track titled ‘I’ll Be There’.
The song was unveiled via Youtube on Monday (January 18). It features a short snippet of Bieber rapping.
Few details are known about the track, which didn’t feature on Bieber’s recent album ‘Purpose’.
Hear ‘I’ll Be There’ below. Bieber starts rapping at the two minute mark.
Meanwhile, Justin Bieber recently set a UK Singles Chart record by occupying the top three slots of the chart. ‘Love Yourself’ reached Number One, while ‘Sorry’ and ‘What Do You Mean?’ occupied the second and third slots.
The singer was beaten to the Christmas Number One by the Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir’s ‘A Bridge Over You’.
He had previously urged fans to buy the charity single, tweeting: “I’m hearing the UK Christmas race is close, but the [NHS choir] single if for charity, so for one week it’s ok not to be number one. Let’s do the right thing and help them win. It’s Christmas.”
Bieber is expected to be knocked off the top spot of the chart this week by fellow Canadian singer Shawn Mendes and his track ‘Stitches’.