Listen: Justin Bieber glides into the DMs with his upcoming single 'Company'
Justin Bieber

Canadian superstar Justin Bieber announced "Company" as his next single on Feb. 25. He hopes to keep the hits from Purpose rolling with this cozy number.

"Company" will be the fourth single from Bieber's comeback album, Purpose. The flirty track follows his three Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hits, "What Do You Mean?," "Sorry" and "Love Yourself." On this latest release, Justin keeps the good vibes coming and the come-ons heavy.

Axident, the man behind smashes for artists like Jason Derulo and Pitbull, is at the helm of "Company." He supplies the R&B jam with club beats and hints of synths as JB plays a smooth operator. "Oh, I don't know your name / But I feel like that's gonna change," Bieber sings with utmost swagger. This guy is not sliding into the DMs, he is straight gliding into them with the way he spreads his warm vocals like butter on bread. His Billboard No. 1 hits should be expecting more company soon with this subtle but sexy number on the way this month.

"Company" is now available on iTunes. The video he released for it as part of "Purpose: The Movement" has so far amassed over 17 million views as of press time. Two dancers go out for a night on the town in the neon-lit clip before another big group is shown moving seductively to the tune. Bieber will go on tour later this month in support of Purpose. The album debuted at No. 1 on Billboard back in November.