Album: My World 2.0 (2010)
  • This song was originally released on Justin Bieber's debut album My World 2.0, featuring vocals by Jessica Jarrell. The track was written by Justin, together with award winning American songwriter and record producer Adonis Shropshire ("My Boo," "Last Chance"), the Hip-Hop/R&B production duo Midi Mafia, who also produced 50 Cent's #1 single "21 Questions" and Nigerian-born songwriter/producer Dapo Torimiro who also penned "Bigger" for Justin on My World 1.0.
  • Los Angeles-based artist Jessica Jarrell has been a working singer and child model since the age of two. In the summer of 2010 she joined Justin on his first headlining North American tour before releasing her debut single, "Up and Running."
  • The following year, Justin recorded a live version of this song featuring Miley Cyrus, as part of the soundtrack from his debut film Never Say Never. It was released as one of the seven cuts from the Bieber biopic on the album, Never Say Never: The Remixes.
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