Justin Bieber Shows Off Impressive Skateboarding Skills in 'What Do You Mean' Lyric Video
We're not skateboarding scouts, but after watching Justin Bieber's skills in his new lyric video for "What Do You Mean," we think Biebs could go pro!
After lots of lead-up and promotion from his famous friends (even Britney Spears and Martha Stewart got in on this!), the 21-year-old pop star released the highly anticipated song that is apparently perfect to listen to when you're skating boarding around Los Angeles.
The video stars pro skateboarders Ryan Sheckler and Chelsea Castro, and even includes a cameo from a shirtless Bieber.
The new track is sure to be a favorite at the dance clubs, and will also probably have some fans wondering if he's singing about his former relationship with Selena Gomez. After all, he has said that she inspired a lot of his new album.
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"What do you mean? / When you nod your head yes / But you wanna say no / What do you mean?" he croons.
Bieber will perform "What Do You Mean" for the first time live at Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards.
What do you think of the track?
In promotion of the new single off his album Believe, Bieber chatted with Elvis Duran and The Morning Show in a rather vulnerable interview.
"Trusting people is hard, especially for me. I've trusted people who I probably shouldn't have trusted before and they've hurt my heart," he admitted. "I'm a pretty sensitive guy, so I'll lay it all on the line, and they'll kind of pull it. So now I'm figuring out there's certain people I can't do that with."
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ET talked to Duran, who said that the singer's haters are only motivating him to be better.
"Justin did acknowledge that there are people out there that want to see him trip and fall and totally fail," Duran dished. "I get the feeling though he's using that as fuel to prove them wrong, and I really believe this new album, his new work is going to do that. I think it's going to make everyone forget about a lot of the bad stuff that was reported and just remember he's an artist, and he's a great singer."