Christmas arrived early for Justin Bieber fans around the world, as the singer released the music video for Mistletoe on Tuesday.
Since its late night release, the holiday-themed video has already been viewed by more than 500,000 people.
Mistletoe is the first single off Bieber's second studio album, Under the Mistletoe.
The new Christmas album also features duets with Sean Kingston, Taylor Swift, Boyz II Men, Usher and The Band Perry.
In the Mistletoe music video, the 17-year-old Canadian superstar can be seen toying with the emotions of his on-screen lady friend, singing alone on a snow-filled street. The song also has hints of Bob Marley, Jason Mraz, thanks to the light guitar melody (cue palm trees swaying side to side).
Bieber's voice is also deeper than when he first exploded onto the music scene less than two years ago with Baby.
Before premiering his video on MTV, Bieber claimed it was a bit odd to film a Christmas video in October.
It was different because, like, it's a Christmas video, so you gotta get your Christmas spirit on . . . we had Santa there. He was kind of interesting, Bieber told MTV News.
Bieber will have his hands full this holiday season, and it's not all due to his Christmas album. The singer was recently booked to perform live on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Secrest 2012. Bieber will be joining the previously announced Lady Gaga on the annual televised event.
Under the Mistletoe arrives in stores and on iTunes on Nov. 1.
Scroll down to watch the music video for Mistletoe.