Justin Bieber's 'Cold Water' Is the Summer Song You've Been Waiting For

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Justin Bieber is featured on a new track -- and it's giving Beliebers the chills.

The 22-year-old pop star and "Lean On" singer MØ lend their vocals to Major Lazer's "Cold Water" song, which was written by Diplo, Ed Sheeran and Benny Blanco. "Take a deep breath and let it go/ You shouldn't be drowning on your own," Bieber croons.

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The catchy song from Diplo's electronic band is a great follow-up to Bieber's 2015 hits "Sorry," "What Do You Mean?" and "Where Are Ü Now," which was produced by Skillrex and Diplo and earned the singer his first GRAMMY. 

"It was spontaneous, no one thought it would work," Diplo told Rolling Stone of presenting the song to Bieber.

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Prior to the release, Bieber promoted "Cold Water" by posting a video of himself doing an impressive back flip.

In November 2015, Bieber shared with ET his goals going forward in his music career, and he appears to be following through with them. "I wanna always be doing what's popular, 'cause I'm a pop music artist," he explained. "Doesn't mean I'm going to do what everyone else is doing, but I'm going to do what's relevant. Always."