Justin Bieber Unwraps 'Mistletoe' Tracklisting with Mariah Carey, Usher, & Busta Rhymes

  /  10.05.2011

Under the Mistletoe

Justin Bieber delivers an early Christmas gift to his fans. The teen sensation has revealed the tracklisting for his first Christmas album Under the Mistletoe featuring a mix of traditional standards, newly-penned holiday music, and collaborations with the biggest names in pop music.

He duets with Mariah Carey on a remake of the pop diva’s classic “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” marches alongside Busta Rhymes on “Drummer Boy,” joins his childhood idols Boyz II Men on “Fa La La,” and sings with his mentor Usher on “The Christmas Song.”

The lead single “Mistletoe,” produced by The Messengers, will launch worldwide on October 17, while the album arrives November 1.

Unwrap the official tracklisting below.

Under the Mistletoe Tracklisting

1. Only Thing I Ever Get for Christmas
2. Mistletoe
3. The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) feat. Usher
4. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
5. Fa La La feat. Boyz II Men
6. Christmas Love
7. All I Want for Christmas Is You – Duet with Mariah Carey
8. Drummer Boy feat. Busta Rhymes
9. All I Want Is You
*10. Fa La La (acapella) feat. Boyz II Men
11. Christmas Eve
12. Home This Christmas feat. The Band Perry
*13. Silent Night
*14. Pray
*15. Someday at Christmas

* Included on deluxe edition only


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