Justin Bieber Celebrates His YouTube Anniversary With Acoustic Version of "Take You" (WATCH!)

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Justin Bieber got his start on YouTube and now he's found a cool way to celebrate his sixth year of having his own channel on the site!

To celebrate his YouTube anniversary, Justin released a video of him singing "Take You" acoustically. The song is from his upcoming acoustic album, Believe.

"It has been 6 years since i started this youtube channel and in those years you have all taken a small town kid from Canada who didnt even know dreams were possible and let me live a life that i am forever grateful for. I promise that as long as you are there for me I will always try to do better and to keep going. Thank you for the last 6 years and look for many more to come. #alwaysKidrauhl," Justin said.

"And to thank you and since my new album #BELIEVEacoustic comes out January 29th...I decided to sing you one of my favorite songs from it ..... TAKE YOU. Hope you like it. Thank you again. Much Love, Justin."

Watch Justin sing "Take You" in the video below! Are you feelin' it?

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