Justin Bieber’s Sexy ‘What Do You Mean?’ Music Video Goes Behind-The-Scenes

Can’t get enough of Justin Bieber’s “What Do You Mean?” music video?

Then you’ll be stoked that a behind-the-scenes look at the cinematic, almost five-minute, Brad Furman-directed music video is here. The clip was shared to the singer’s Kidrauhl YouTube account on Sunday.

Viewers get a brief but interesting romp through the making of the “What Do You Mean?” video, which includes extensive camera pans of the Biebs faux-thrusting away with lingerie-clad love interest, former Playboy model Xenia Deli.

These are followed by fly-on-the-wall glimpses of Furman instructing his leading man and lady through the highwire push me/pull you bedroom scene. Not that they were a chore for the Biebs, who is heard asking Furman whether he should “do it two different ways.” At another point in the video Justin says of Deli, “the girl’s beautiful, can’t complain.”

As one might expect, there are reveals of the newly swoop-haired superstar performing tricks on his skateboard (including his recent famous run), also falling off his skateboard, having a giggle with pro-skater Ryan Sheckler (who starred in the single’s lyric video), and of the filming for the end, celebratory skater park segment.

“Remember we all love what we do. Just enjoy it and have fun. And don’t be, like, all over the place — scattered. Just take breaths and just enjoy it,” Bieber can be heard saying to the cast and crew in the video’s opening scene.

At another point, the Biebs’ longtime choreographer, Nick DeMoura, is seen taking the singer through his paces. Viewers get a chance to see the Canadian having water-fight fun with his stylist Karla Welch while members of the singer’s team watch.

All in all, like the majority of behind-the-scenes videos, this new feature is a must-see for Beliebers. In other Justin Bieber news, “What Do You Mean?” is killing it on charts. Following its release on August 28, the single soared to No. 1 in 57 countries — including the U.S. iTunes Singles Sales chart — in under five minutes (which sets a record as the fastest single to do this), before topping 90 iTunes charts around the world.

In addition, Bieber’s new smash saw him score his first No. 1 single in Australia and the U.K. last week.

The 21-year-old debuted atop the official U.K. Singles chart on Friday, September 4.

The single, which Bieber performed live for the first time at the MTV VMAs on August 30, also set a U.K. Official Charts record by punching in the highest first-week streams for a single ever in the UK, with 3.2 million plays across chart-reporting services such as Spotify, Deezer, and Apple Music, according to the Official Charts Company. The single is the first cut from Bieber’s highly anticipated, fourth studio album, which arrives November 13.

That 3.2 million dethrones the record previously set by One Direction’s “Drag Me Down,” which pulled in 2.03 million plays in the U.K. in its launch week after it was released on July 31.

“What Do You Mean?” is also Bieber’s fastest-selling single in the UK, with combined sales of 84,000. This sum beats his previous best of 55,000 units with “Boyfriend,” which peaked at No. 2 back in 2012.

Over in Australia, the single stormed to No. 1 on the ARIA Singles chart on Saturday, September 6, setting a new record as the first male Canadian to do so this century. Bryan Adams was the last male Canadian to top the same chart in July 1995 with “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?” The last female Canadian to do so was Carly Rae Jepsen with “Call Me Maybe?” in 2012.

Bieber previously charted as high as No. 3 on the ARIA Singles chart with “Baby” in 2010. Meanwhile, his recent Jack U collaboration “Where Are U Now?” peaked at No. 3 on the same chart in April this year. He previously broke into the country’s top 10 when “Beauty and a Beat” reached No. 9 in 2012.

And the good news keeps on coming for the rejuvenated Prince of Pop. “Mean?” is No. 1 in the national charts in Norway, New Zealand, and Ireland, and has now broken two records on Spotify, pulling in the highest first-week streams for a track in the U.S. (8,331,248), and globally.

On Thursday (September 3), Spotify revealed the tropical-house-pop jam racked up more than 21 million global streams in its first five days after its release, making it the biggest first-week streams recorded at the platform. That figure has now been adjusted by Spotify to count the full seven days streaming, lifting plays of “Mean?” in its first week to 31,688,150.

The smash hit beats the record set just a few weeks ago by One Direction’s “Drag Me Down” on Spotify, which racked up 20 million Spotify streams in its first week after release.

With the majority of the media reporting humanely on the Biebs’ emotional moment capping his VMAs spot when he cried, and many critics and outlets now gushing over “Mean?” — as well as the still buoyant “Where Are U Now?” and the singer’s blistering guest turn on Travi$ Scott’s new Rodeo album — this is a masterclass comeback.

[Images via Def Jam / Universal Music Group]