Justin Bieber takes his Drew branded motorbike out for a spin
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He's the man behind the Drew clothing line.

And Justin Bieber wore his brand with pride on Thursday, donning a Drew hoodie while zipping around West Hollywood on a motorbike.

The 26-year-old pop star had even applied the name of his streetwear label to his bike. 

a man sitting on a motorcycle: Pet project: Justin Bieber wore his brand with pride on Thursday, donning a Drew hoodie while zipping around West Hollywood on a motorbike © Provided by Daily Mail Pet project: Justin Bieber wore his brand with pride on Thursday, donning a Drew hoodie while zipping around West Hollywood on a motorbike

The What Do You Mean hitmaker paired his black hoodie with distressed blue jeans and white Nike sneakers. 

He covered up with a black riding helmet and had his iPhone mounted on his ride.

Bieber's security team followed closely behind the crooner in a pink Lamborghini. 

a person riding on the back of a motorcycle: His own best advertisement: The 26-year-old pop star had even applied the name of his streetwear label to his bike © Provided by Daily Mail His own best advertisement: The 26-year-old pop star had even applied the name of his streetwear label to his bike a car parked on the side of a building: Safety first: Bieber's security team followed closely behind the crooner in a pink Lamborghini © Provided by Daily Mail Safety first: Bieber's security team followed closely behind the crooner in a pink Lamborghini

Meanwhile also on Thursday, Justin teased artwork and music video for his forthcoming track Anyone. 

The new single appears to have a boxing motif, with the cover art showing the diminutive singer laying in the middle of the ring while wearing boxing gloves.

Justin's shirtless frame is striking given he does not seem to bear any of the numerous tattoos that normally cover his body, neck and face. 

The post is captioned, 'Dropping the #ANYONE song and music video right after #BieberNYE'.

Bieber chatted about his upcoming concert in a set of tweets Wednesday, writing, 'Feeling so blessed for this opportunity to perform this New Years ... excited to celebrate with you all.'

He added: 'Oh yeah I’m performing my new single #ANYONE during #BieberNYE tomorrow night.'

Bieber previously said in a statement, 'I've worked with T-Mobile for a long time - they’re such a fun brand, and we’re working on more surprises to watch out for during this special night. I can’t wait to partner on this epic New Year’s Eve concert with them, and give everyone a safe way to kick 2020 out the door, together.' 

Bad romance: The post is captioned, 'Dropping the #ANYONE song and music video right after #BieberNYE' © Provided by Daily Mail Bad romance: The post is captioned, 'Dropping the #ANYONE song and music video right after #BieberNYE' a traffic light hanging from the ceiling: Back onstage: Bieber chatted about his upcoming concert in a set of tweets Wednesday, writing, 'Feeling so blessed for this opportunity to perform this New Years © Provided by Daily Mail Back onstage: Bieber chatted about his upcoming concert in a set of tweets Wednesday, writing, 'Feeling so blessed for this opportunity to perform this New Years

The Yummy artist is set to perform at what a source described to People as 'an iconic LA venue' that will impress viewers. All crew members have undergone rigorous COVID-19 protocols amid production, the outlet reported.

The Grammy-nominated artist's playlist for the year-ending show include recent tracks like Habitual, Holy, Lonely, and Intentions in addition to some of his biggest past hits, including Love Yourself, Sorry and What Do U Mean.

T-Mobile customers are able to stream the show as part of their membership; to order Bieber's special, which airs for $25 plus service fees, check out Momenthouse.com. The show is slated to commence live Thursday at 7:15 p.m. PT/10:15 p.m. ET.

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