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Justin Bieber, Cody Simpson, Home to Mama

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Justin Bieber and Cody Simpson gave fans a real treat today!

The two musicians released their duet "Home to Mama," giving listeners the first taste of the pair's forthcoming joint album, which could drop as early as this month.

Earlier today, the Australian singer tweeted at Bieber hours before the song's release and teased the track, writing, "Aye @justinbieber you wanna give them a little something later today?" His tweet was also accompanied by the cover art for the single, which shows the two studs wearing hats and strumming their guitars.

Bieber also retweeted the lyrics, "I'll take you home to mama, and let you meet my friends…. Cause you don't come with drama, girl I'll love you till the world ends," and followed with, "For the fans... ."

Cody Simpson, Justin Bieber

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Now the obvious question—is this an ode to Selena Gomez and/or Gigi Hadid?

Lyrics of the single include, "I don't work hard when its easy, I put in work when its hard, girl I never believed in love till I had yours/ This is more than a season, and I'm not just sprung, I'm not afraid to tell ya, that you are the one/ The one I wake up thinking bout, the one I can run to when I'm felling down, life is all good when you're around, girl nobody from the past is beatin' you right now."

Whether it is or not, the song definitely got Gigi's stamp of approval. She tweeted, "So good!"

The duo announced that they're working on a duet album in September, after photos surfaced a month prior of the talented twosome working in the studio.

"It is a smack bang duets [album]," the 17-year-old singer told the Sydney Daily Telegraph at the time. "Justin has been a good mate of mine for a while. It's just us writing."

He added, "He told me he felt like I'd figured myself out and have grown into what he knows I will be so he was like, ‘I see you as that guitarist, singer, songwriter you've always wanted to be.' I play all the guitars on the album."

Listen to "Home to Mama" below and let us know what you think!