In honor of the sixth birthday of his YouTube channel "Kidrauhl" on Friday, Justin Bieber posted a special acoustic video for his fans. The song, "Take You," will be featured on his new acoustic album set to be released on January 29th.
Bieber posted this note below the video:
It has been 6 years since i started this youtube channel and in those years you have all taken a small town kid from Canada who didnt even know dreams were possible and let me live a life that i am forever grateful for. I promise that as long as you are there for me I will always try to do better and to keep going. Thank you for the last 6 years and look for many more to come. #alwaysKidrauh
JB owes his success largely to the early popularity of his YouTube channel, which attracted the attention of his now-manager Scooter Braun in 2008 and led to a meeting with Usher Raymond that changed his life forever.
To give you an idea of just how far he's come, check out the first video Biebs posted to YouTube in 2007, below, covering the song "So Sick by Ne-yo. He's so little!
Beliebers: What do you think of his new acoustic vid? What song are you most looking forward to on the new album? Sound off in the comments below or tweet @HuffPostTeen!