Justin Bieber included a lot of collaborations on his latest album Believe, but do you ever wonder just how he came to work with so many other talented artists? Justin's manager Scooter Braun gave MTV News an insider view of how the collaborations came about!
"Kanye was like, 'You should get Big Sean on that record.' And we're
close with Sean, and Sean just jumped on there. It was very natural,"
Braun recalled. "Luda, of course, we did 'Baby.' We played 'All Around
the World,' and we were like, 'Who would make sense?' And Justin's like,
'Luda would kill it,' Braun remembered.
"Nicki was getting on another one of our
records, and then we did 'Beauty and the Beat,' and she heard it, and
she was like, 'I want to get on that.' And, actually, we were gonna put
Usher on it at first, but then we heard Nicki's verse, and we were like,
Drake thing is something he and Drake have been talking about for like
two years. And then they finally went into the studio, and
they wrote that song together. ... I'm glad that 'Right Here' came
about. ... Drake was like, 'I don't want to do just a rap song. I want
to sing with you, do a song for the ladies.' Everyone seems to love that
song," he continued.
What is your favorite collaboration on Believe?
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