If you want to make a classic album, you have to call in some classic artists to help. On his new Christmas album, due out this November, Justin Bieber got a helping hand from Boyz II Men, who he says inspired him to get into music.

"2day i woke up and realized that the group that made me want to sing @BoyzIIMen are now on the christmas album singing with me. #DREAMBIG," the Biebs tweeted Wednesday, followed by a series of "never say never" inspiring messages. He added, "im telling you...never say never...never stop dreaming....never give up. #DREAMBIG. @BoyzIIMen Im honored and blessed. thank u"

The 17-year-old 'Baby' superstar even revealed that the R&B group who gave us hits like 'I'll Make Love to You' and 'End of the Road' indirectly taught him how to sing properly. "i used 2 listen to their music and practice the runs. that is how i learned how to sing. now im in the studio with them making music 2gether"

But let's not forget that Boyz II Men are veterans when it comes to holiday tunes. The group released a Christmas album in 1993. Titled 'Christmas Interpretations,' the song reached 2× Multi-Platinum status and spawned the hit remake of 'Let It Snow' featuring Brian McKnight.

While the name and release date of Bieber's Christmas record have not yet been unveiled, we do know that it will be composed of mostly original songs -- and this awesome Boyz II Men collab.