Smith joined Bieber during the tour's stop at to perform the song for scenes in. However, for unknown reasons, Bieber was tapped to record the song for the film. The music video takes place in a studio, and contains a heroic concept, featuring Bieber and Smith singing the song and playing around, intercut with scenes from the film. The basic storyline involves Smith's character vying for the affection of a Chinese girl and being rebuffed by a rival suitor. Henrik Schwarz — Take Words in Return C2 Vocal Remix 10. The video premiered during Game 3 of the.
Smith also makes references to and in his lines. You'd think that a song about dying would be more interesting than a song about little kids doing karate. Hand searched, picked and promoted free dance music albums for your pleasure! Its accompanying music video, directed by Honey, features Smith and Bieber in a recording studio playing around and dancing, and is intercut with scenes from the film. Billboard Brasil Brazil: bpp 2 : 100. The single debuted at forty-five on the , and peaked at thirty-eight in its second week, while on the , the song debuted and peaked at twenty.
. Andhim — The Wizard of Us 12. Archived from on 29 January 2012. After it was re-released as the lead single and the only single from — The Remixes, promoting his film, the single peaked at number eight on the , becoming Bieber's second top-ten single in the United States. In the video, Bieber stands on a baseball diamond and dons apparel from both teams in the Series, wearing a hat and jacket Scenes in which Bieber sings on the diamond is intercut with players hitting the ball and hanging in the dugout, as well as Bieber playing a guitar. It has Jaden Smith and Justin Bieber singing and Jaden learning karate. Studio scenes include Bieber flexing karate moves, he and Smith dancing, , and eating.
It has more than 860 million views as of April 2019. Debuting at seventy-five on the , the following week it peaked at forty-six on the chart. Smith joined Bieber for the song on the August 31, 2010 date, along with , , , and , to film scenes for his upcoming 3D concert film. The song was confirmed when the track listing for the soundtrack was revealed. On the in both , the song peaked at two and five. The song is a part of his setlist during the. The song became Bieber's ninth consecutive top 40 release for a regular or digital single as a lead artist.
Miyagi — Goodbye Girl Fairmont Remix 04. The song contains and elements while merging. The song was later included as an acoustic track on the remix album 2010 and both the acoustic and single versions were on the compilation album 2010. He re-wrote the song with The Messengers, Rambert, Smith, and his vocal producer , to feature inspirational lyrics to foil the film's theme. Henrik Schwarz — Take Words in Return 09. On the , the song debuted at eighteen, and spent one week on the chart. In an interview, Bieber said that the video was inspired by his love for sports.
The song follows in the of Am—C—G—D Bieber provides lead vocals in the song while Smith provides the backing with rap interludes. Archived from on June 2, 2010. The song is used as the theme song for , and features rap interludes from the film's star,. Bieber appears in a and high tops. Henry Saiz — I Can Feel It Coming 05. The song was released for digital download in the United States on June 8, 2010. On the , after spending four weeks on the chart, the song peaked at seventy.
He has notably performed the song on and on his. Arthur Oskan — Omegaman 11. It was released on in the United States on June 8, 2010. Chaim — Blue Shadow 07. The scenes include Smith looking at the building, a shot of the Beijing street scene, an taking off and landing, and a training scene at the. To promote his remix album, My Worlds Acoustic as well as draw interest for the upcoming film, Bieber shot a music video for the song.
To promote Bieber's , the song was released as the lead single and the only single from Bieber's second remix album,. Originally a risque demo with sexual lyrics performed by American singer , it was written and produced by , and Omarr Rambert. Both and noted the low-production value of the clip. Hitparáda — Radio Top 100 Oficiální. According to the sheet music published at Musicnotes. Reportedly the song was re-written by its original writers , , Omarr Rambert, and his vocal producer , while Smith added lines.