Justin Bieber, 'All Around The World': Singer Collaborates With Ludacris On New 'Believe' Track (AUDIO)

In 2005, rapper Ludacris released his hit track, "Pimpin' All Over the World." Seven years later, he's rapping with teen phenomenon Justin Bieber on the popstar's new single, "All Around the World."

"All Around the World" -- hey girl! (Sorry, we couldn't resist) -- is the third single from the 18-year-old sensation's upcoming album, Believe. It's Bieber's most electronic track to date, with a dance floor-ready beat rich with heavy synths. In other words, "All Around the World" sounds like a track from Chris Brown's upcoming release, Fortune. (Bieber and Brown are reportedly collaborating together on Believe.)

According to the tracklist released in May, Drake, Nicki Minaj and Big Sean are also featured on Bieber's new album.

"Boyfriend", the first single off Believe, debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and marked a musical departure for the 18-year-old. The track, co-written by Mike Posner, was heavily influenced by R&B and hip-hop. His second single, "Die In Your Arms," had a decidedly retro feel.

Believe drops on June 19.

Bieber isn't the only singer to release a single entitled "All Around the World." Oasis did it first! Check out other similarly named tracks below.

Around The World Songs