Justin Bieber is hard at work on his forthcoming album, 'Believe,' and now super producer RedOne is dishing on a new collaboration between the soon-to-be 18-year-old and Far East Movement.

"The Bieber thing, I don't know if I'm allowed to mention it right now, but ... I did a few songs with Far East Movement, and one of the songs ... to me, it's a smash," he told MTV. "And Justin sang the chorus. It's a really good song, and I think people are gonna dance like crazy to it."

Whether the song will end up on the final track listing of the Canadian star's third LP remains to be seen, but RedOne admitted that he was impressed by The Biebs overall. "He's very positive and he's an amazing singer. Amazing everything!" he gushed. "He's Justin Bieber. He's a sensation. I think he's becoming a man with his voice. He's an incredible singer. So it's not just the dance or the looks or the 'Justin' factor. He's a real singer musician ... He's a real artist."

Bieber has been keeping fans in the know with studio updates, and is reportedly collaborating with a slew of A-list artists and producers, such as Timbaland, Usher, will.i.am and Drake. 'Believe' is scheduled to be released this year. Get ready, Beliebers.