Justin Bieber slows things down with “Die In Your Arms,” the followup single to “Boyfriend,” which is still riding high in the charts itself. Produced by esteemed producer Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Bieber asserts as the title suggests, that he’d rather die in her arms than her being away too long. The sound in “Die In Your Arms” has an early '90s R&B feel to it, going down the traditional route of his mentor, Usher, who usually starts off a single run with an upbeat track followed by something a lot slower. Bieber’s third studio album Believe is set for a June 19 release, with a visual for “Die In Your Arms" likely to drop before that.
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