Usher and Justin Bieber have confirmed that they are going to collaborate on two duets for upcoming albums on Twitter.
The 18-year-old singer announced that he’s releasing two duets with mentor and R ‘n’ B idol Usher, with one single appearing on each of their respective albums.
The Boyfriend singer took to the social networking website on Tuesday to tell his nearly 20 million followers the good news.
“Now headed to a COVER SHOOT with big bro @UsherRaymondIV - we got duets on both of our albums coming," Contactmusic quoted him as tweeting.
The U Remind Me hitmaker confirmed the tweet after congratulating Bieber on the record-breaking success of his new single Boyfriend, which has topped charts since its debut in March.
"Ohh… and trust we got a duet coming for LOOKING 4 MYSELF and BELIEVE he has come a long way. Proud to see his evolution as an artist!" Usher tweeted.
The two musical heavyweights had previously collaborated on the 2010 single Somebody to Love and a cover of The Christmas Song.
Usher’s new album Looking for Myself hits the market on June 12th and Bieber’s third album Believe will be released later this year.