Justin Bieber 'Boyfriend' and 'Mad Men' song 'Zou Bisou Bisou' blow up the Internet

Tween dream swagger is all over Justin Bieber's lead Believe single, "Boyfriend." The single off the pop prince's upcoming album, Believe, hit iTunes shortly after the clock struck 12. Produced by Mike Posner, the song is more or less a proposition, with Bieber outlining both solid small town date ideas and eternal promises.

"Boyfriend" is the name of his new single, released late Sunday night, much to the delight of his female fans everywhere. The song opens pretty sparsely, with just a thumping beat, a "woo" noise and Bieber's sing-songy rap, before a guitar comes in as Bieber makes his plea to win a girl over.

Sunday night’s long-awaited “Mad Men” season premiere may have left viewers with an earworm: “Zou Bisou Bisou,” the saucy French pop song that Don Draper’s new wife, Megan sings to him for his 40th birthday. In addition to the digitial single, Lionsgate is also selling two vinyl editions of Pare's recording (it's available in either red or black vinyl).

The song in question is called “Zou Bisou, Bisou” (roughly, “Ooh, Kiss Kiss”) a tune that was initially recorded in English (by Sophia Loren, no less), then converted to mod French by Gillian Hill. That track was produced by George Martin, who would later turn the knobs for a bunch of rowdy rock & roll kids from Liverpool.

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