Get ready for a new side of Justin Bieber. The 16-year-old pop star not only lends guest vocals to Sean Kingston's new song, 'Won't Stop,' but he raps on it, too. Looks like Shawty Mane is the real deal.
On Thursday night, the Biebs posted a YouTube video of the new track, which features his distinct (but deeper) voice on the chorus. He sings: "I see them coming / They try to bring me down / But I won't stop / They want me in the ground / But I won't stop / 'Til I'm dead, I won't stop."
At the 2:30 mark, we hear Justin (or should we say Shawty?) spittin' rhymes like a pro. He raps: "Yeah they talk, yeah they talk / They don't walk the walk I walk / I won't stop 'til I drop, until then I reach the top / Imma walk to where I need to be, walk the path of destiny / Definitely been neglected but God is always testing me / Rest in peace to all the men that died who were protecting me / People in this world just want to let it be / John Lennon made it different / Don't just let it be, set it free."
In October, Justin posted a TwitVid of him rapping as Shawty Mane, proving to the world he's "got skills in the rap game." The song, 'Speaking in Tongues,' name-dropped everyone from Tom Brady to Lady Gaga, and while 28 percent of you thought he sounded good, 56 percent felt that Justin shouldn't quit his day job.
'Won't Stop' is on Sean Kingston's 'King of Kingz' mixtape, which is out now. Listen to the song below. What do you think? Do you have a different opinion of Justin's rap skills now?