• Kid Laroi's star continues to rise, with the release of his album F*ck Love, including the collaboration with Justin Bieber, 'Stay'. (Getty Images)Source: Getty Images
It's the second collaboration between the 17-year-old Kamilaroi rapper and the Canadian megastar, after working together on Bieber’s recent album ‘Justice’.
Tys Occhiuzzi

6 Jul 2021 - 12:25 PM  UPDATED 6 Jul 2021 - 4:45 PM

Teenage hip-hop sensation The Kid LAROI has confirmed his newest collaboration with Justin Bieber will drop on Friday (9 July).

The release ‘Stay’ is expected to be a part of the Kamilaroi rapper's upcoming project F*CK LOVE 3.

Both The Kid LAROI and Bieber confirmed the date on their social media accounts.

The Kid LAROI, aka Charlton Howard, has achieved major successes since the release of his debut mixtape F*CK LOVE in 2020, which saw him winning Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year at this year’s APRA Music Awards.

His rise has been a meteoric one: after relocating to the US, he was mentored by the late rapper Juice WRLD, and worked alongside Miley Cyrus on a remix of his song ‘Without You’, which they performed together on Saturday Night Live.

The 17-year-old now has more than 26 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

The Kid LAROI was raised in the south Sydney suburb of Redfern, growing a strong following after posting his music on Soundcloud and social media.

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