'Holy' Justin Bieber is someone to watch out for!

Justin Biebers new track Holy video shows him in bed with Ryan Destiny

The website includes the name of his upcoming new single "Holy" with Chance the Rapper and allows you to pre-save it on Spotify and Apple Music. The official video, which co-stars Ryan Destiny and Wilmer Valderrama, amassed hundreds of thousands of views upon premiering at midnight. In the video, the working class factory where Bieber works is shut down due to the "current and ongoing global situation".

"I'm going to say a fast prayer, and should you guys agree with me, cool", Bieber, 25, started.

The news prompted excitement from Bieber's famous friends, with DJ Khaled commenting: "LETS GO!", while Chance wrote: "JEEZ".

The new single was trailed on socials, and features a show-stopping turn from Chance the Rapper. I know I have my post notifications on!

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The 26-year-old star rolls over to find gorgeous actress and singer Ryan Destiny in bed with him, who smiles at him as she wakes up.

"Sharing a video of his latest single on Instagram, the pop star wrote: "#HOLY out now with @chancetherapper.

The track is a collaboration with Grammy-winning musician Chance the Rapper, who is known for collaborating with Kanye West. It reminds me when Michael Jackson made Off the Wall.



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