Since signing with Scooter Braun Projects in 2013, fans have been calling for Dutch superstar Martin Garrix to collaborate with Canadian singer/songwriter Justin Bieber. After touring together in Australia in 2017, the idea was close to becoming a reality, however, no official details were ever disclosed until now.
A collaboration between the two in 2013 was rather unlikely, given Martin was still producing Big Room and Electro House. Now, however, the idea isn’t such a far cry away, with Garrix having released multiple pop records with Bebe Rexha and Dua Lipa in 2017. Despite his immense success amidst his pop/commercial audience, the Dutchman is still sticking true to his electronic roots, having recently announced that his collaborative documentary with Techno legend Carl Cox will see its release in March.
According to @themartingarrixhub on Instagram, the 21-year-old confessed the following in an interview last year:
“We have lots of ideas but if we want to release one, we want it to be 200%. On a scale of 1-10, we think it’s 7-8. We want to release something which is 10 otherwise we won’t release it.”
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Receiving questions about Garrix x Bieber collab from last few days. Here's an update on it one more time! Martijn did an interview at RTL last year and revealed that he has already made 2 tracks with Justin. He said, "We have lots of ideas but if we want to release one, we want it to be 200%. From the scale of 1-10, we think it's 7-8. We want to release something which is 10 otherwise we won't release it."