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Justin Bieber prevails over YouTube to premiere ‘Pray’ music video Justin Bieber premiered his new song, “Pray,” for the first time live at the American Music Awards, in a performance that received a standing ovation and left many with chills.

The new song is now available on the “My Worlds Acoustic” album that hit stores today exclusively through Walmart. In order to show his support to his fans for buying the new album, he has decided to debut his new music video for “Pray.” After teasing fans on Twitter and then uploading the video to YouTube, only to have it pulled due to a copyright call, Bieber comically described his efforts as a huge “fail.” Finally, after several attempts, he was able to upload the video to Facebook, for the rest of the world to see.

Featuring real heartbreaks, with Bieber’s efforts to make a difference in people’s lives, it successfully leaves you wanting to make a difference in today’s world. Watch the video here.

What do you think of Bieber’s new video?

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