Justin Bieber ‘Collaborates’ With Camcorder Founder In Latest Video

Justin Bieber ‘Collaborates’ With Camcorder Founder In Latest Video
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Justin Bieber teaming up with famous personalities in his music videos is nothing new. He has already done that many times with great success by pairing up with Diplo, Ed Sheeran and more. When it comes to Bieber, we have to keep ourselves prepared for anything. Let us find out who Justin Bieber “collaborates” with this time.


The latest video of Justin uploaded on Instagram on Wednesday shows the singer with a heavy acoustic guitar and a guest artist. The singer has collaborated with John Shahidi, the Camcorder app founder.

John is seen in the video belly tapping.  He is providing “music” to Bieber by tapping his stomach. The videos have been shot to bring back memories of 1995 camcorder shots, and they include even the unique light tape-tracking errors like the older days.

So finally, we see Justin Bieber collaborating with the Camcorder founder to let us feel nostalgia, and the trick seems to have worked. The song Justin plays in the video does not seem to be a track from his album“Purpose,” but it is fresh and mesmerizing.

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A total of 4 videos of Bieber have been uploaded, and the fourth video, in which Justin sings “I’ll take control/ I’ll hold you close to me/ And I won’t let you go/ And I got you back, babe/ And I won’t let you [go],” encourages speculations that it is about Selena Gomez. Whatever the purpose may be, this latest Justin Bieber collaboration really rocks.

@Johnny on the belly tap

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