Justin Bieber’s ‘Boyfriend’ Gets Remixed by Ying Yang Twins
Justin Bieber fans have a whole new reason to be screaming crazily behind barricades. His song 'Boyfriend' was just remixed by hip-hop phenomena The Ying Yang Twins, a couple of guys who know a thing or two about the genre of hip-hop, rap and all around good music... and the remix isn't too bad, at all!
After practically wrecking the pop charts, making headlines and fans every which way, could Bieber's newest remix push him into the realm of hip-hop? As if the singer doesn’t already have the world in his hands, he’s receiving respect and praise from some of the world’s biggest artists: Dr. Dre, Ludacris, Lil Wayne.
Adding a touch of humor to the beginning — sarcastically inputting, "Ying Yang and Justin Bieber?" — the song's tone seems to take a more hip-hop beat with a catchy rap. Its flavor is more in tune with the hip-hop culture, something that not only can help album sales but also further opportunities for The Biebs.
The twins rap, “I don't want to be your boyfriend / I want to your man / He a little bitty boy / I'm a grown man / I can take you overseas / Bahama Breeze/ Then me and you can have sex on the beach."
Also placed within the remix are more verses by the twins, adding some of the Ying Yang character accompanied by a new beat that’s surely to keep the dancefloors crowded in all of the clubs around town.
Having turned 18 years old in March, Bieber is proving that he’s in the industry for the long haul. He’s matched up with the likes of Dr. Dre, Usher and other massive names in the music industry, all of which praise the youngster’s beats, work ethics and talents.
The track ‘Boyfriend’ is off Bieber’s newest album, 'Believe,' set to be released June 19.
Listen to the Ying Yang Twins Cover Justin Bieber's 'Boyfriend'