Far East Movement – Live My Life ft. Justin Bieber

Far East Movement are no strangers to breaking down barriers. With their 2011 platinum hit “Like a G6”, they became the first Asian American artists to hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Following that was their pop hit, “Rocketeer” ft. Ryan Tedder of One Republic – a track that brought out the dreamer in all of us.  With the new release of their sophomore single from their upcoming album, Dirty Bass, the group begins breaking down new barriers by collaborating with teen pop star, Justin Bieber. The song could be the next club anthem with it’s very danceable beat and catchy chorus, sung by Bieber himself.

In a recent interview with Fuse, member Kev Nish, referencing Bieber’s signature moves while listening to the final cut, says “To see someone just really get down, like crazy, that’s really just when we can feel the energy like –wow. [Bieber] captured that Live My Life energy right there.

Far East Movement’s new album Dirty Bass will be available for purchase on May 8th, featuring other collaborations with artists such as Pitbull and labelmates Natalia Kills and Tokio Hotel’s Bill Kaulitz. You can catch them on the “Sorry for Party Rocking” tour supporting LMFAO.

Click here to purchase “Live My Life” on iTunes


About Karissa Vassallo

Karissa has been a music lover for as long as she can remember - from NSYNC to No Doubt, from Avril Lavigne to Avenged Sevenfold, she has always had a wide variety in her music tastes. After attending NYU's Future Music Moguls program, she started Read Between the Grooves to jumpstart her career in the music industry, as well as showcase her writing and her photography. She currently studies Entertainment and Arts Management at Drexel University.
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