Justin Bieber Previews Drake and Future ‘Journals’ Collaborations

What's Hatnin'

Justin Bieber blasts off with the Astronaut Kid, Future, on “What’s Hatnin’,” one of the collaborations from his upcoming album Journals, which he previewed on Instagram.

“Baby girl, what’s hatnin’?” asks Biebs, while Future croons in his signature Auto-Tuned voice.

Journals features 16 songs with contributions from Lil Wayne, R. Kelly, Chance the Rapper, Big Sean, Diplo, and Drake, who co-wrote “One Life.”

The full album will be available exclusively on iTunes on Monday, December 23.

Preview 15-second snippets of “What’s Hatnin’,” “One Life,” and Justin’s personal fave, “Swap It Out,” below.

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16 Comments

  1. Zave

    Vanilla Ice…

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  2. Haha

    yes he is the new vanilla ice

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  3. Miley Cyrus

    This lil fa-ggot is trying too hard

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    brett Reply:

    @Miley Cyrus,

    “If I was gay I would think hip-hop hates me,
    have you read the YouTube comments lately?”

    “Call each other faggots behind the keys of a message board”

    Macklemore was talking about you.

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    Ashy Reply:

    @Miley Cyrus, yes I agree he is trying to hard

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  4. Sushi

    Dec. 23 for this album, then 25th for his movie. No.. I do not want to spend my X-mas, paying, to watch your life. Nor your album. Well.. maybe.. but non of your songs has jingled any of my bells, nor you will deck the halls with your balls of falsetto

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  5. Jon

    This album is going to be hard!

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  6. Jon

    This album is going to be great

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  7. BlasterUp

    The two I’m looking forward to are “What’s Hatnin” ft. Future, and the one with Wayne “Backpack”. R&B has been on life support for a while now. Maybe Justin Bieber will be the one who can put R&B back on the radio.

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    Ashy Reply:

    @BlasterUp, he can’t never bring R&b he is a pop artist he is a wanna be R&b he can’t never be on Chris brown nor justin Timberlake level at all

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    BlasterUp Reply:

    @Ashy, JB was a pop artist. So was Timberlake. Artists can change genres as they get older. Don’t get us started on how Timberlake was once a bubblegum pop star as well with his boy band NSync to prove to you that this is history repeating itself in front of everyone’s eyes. Maybe that part of his career is something you forgot? You need to open those eyes & ears to see the similarities most of us can.

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  8. WilliamMMimms

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  9. Ashy

    He need to sit down he a follower let in copy other artists he can’t be R&b he use some of these black rappers to help him get radio plays

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  10. Ashy

    He try’s to to hard to be somebody he is not he a wanna be Justin Timberlake and Chris brown I’m glad justin Timberlake is taking all of his awards

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    BlasterUp Reply:

    @Ashy, I agree with most people who say Justin Bieber’s new R&B music is more like what Chris Brown sounded like when he first started then what Justin Timberlake sounded like when he first started in R&B. He brings something different to R&B but leans more towards early Chris Brown.

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  11. ash

    He’ll be on Young Money this time next year I’m predicting…

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