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Meghan Trainor, Justin Bieber, All About that Bass

Epic Records; Ari Perilstein/Getty Images for Variety

Justin Bieber is the latest star to figure that it's "all about that bass."

The 20-year-old pop star is featured on a new remix of Meghan Trainor's No. 1 pop and doo-wop song of the same name, courtesy of hip-hop and R&B producer Maejor Ali, who released his own solo version in August.

The original track, which as of Wednesday, tops the Billboard Hot 100 chart in its 13th week, is a fun, easy-to-sing tune that promotes positive body image and self-acceptance...and highlights the female booty, containing lyrics such as "I got that boom boom that all the boys chase/ And all the right junk in all the right places."

In the new remix, Bieber repeats the chorus and paraphrases the song's only explicit lyric, chanting, "We know that s--t ain't real/ We know it's Photoshopped," which kind of takes away the meaning.

 

Maejor shared an audio file of the "All About That Bass" remix featuring Bieber on SoundCloud on Wednesday. Listen to it below (warning: contains expletive).

Watch Trainor's original "All About That Bass" video below (warning: contains expletive).

So is Trainor all about the new remix? She has not commented. What do you think about it? Vote in our poll!

Bieber, who has a massive fan base, hasn't released his own music since 2013. The Grammy-nominated star, who had dealt with several legal woes and personal turmoil over the past year, is currently working on a new record with fellow pop singer Cody Simpson, 17. Their duets album is due to be released in November.

The Massachusetts-born Trainor released "All About That Bass," her debut single, in June. In addition to the United States, it has topped music charts in many other countries, including Bieber's native Canada, Australia, Denmark, German and the United Kingdom.

The song has spurred several other remixes since its release, including a solo version by Maejor. Earlier this month, a video of an 11-year-old girl, Taylor Hataladancing to one of them went viral.

Trainor had herself performed an acoustic version of "All About That Bass," on 2Day FM radio in Sydney, Australia in September.

Trainor had also performed an acoustic version of the current No. 2 song on the Billboard Hot 100—Taylor Swift s single "Shake It Off."