Just a few weeks ago, we were treated to a new Justin Bieber joint by way of a remix for Drake's smash hit "One Dance." Today, the strange and beautiful place that is the internet has unearthed yet another JB gem for all to hear.

If you've ever wondered what the Biebs and '80s elevator music don Kenny G would sound like if they sat in a recording studio together, well, thanks to Canadian producer Tronicbox, now you'll know. The beatmaster has reworked Bieber's 2015 Purpose-cut single "What Do You Mean?" - retitled as "What Do You Mean It's 1985?" - into an infectious, synth and saxophone-laden jam suitable for a scene of prom night slow dancing in a John Hughes film.

This Friday, kick off your night by spraying on copious amounts of Aqua Net and giving "What Do You Mean It's 1985?" a listen below.

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