Justin Bieber's career has taken him all around the world - and his latest music video is proof.

The video for his latest single Company is a documentary-style travelogue following the singer on his adventures around the globe on his Purpose world tour.

Shot by his personal videographer Rory Kramer, the clip opens with a shot of a shirtless Bieber standing next to a statue overlooking the picturesque Greek island of Santorini.

He's also seen napping in a hammock in a field full of cows, snowboarding down a mountain, gazing pensively out a plane window, sailing with friends and snowboarding down a mountain.


Oh how the other half lives.

Bieber is known to frequently post jealousy-inducing pictures of his luxurious getaways on his Instagram account.

Last month, he shared pictures of a spontaneous camping trip with Kramer and Dutch DJ Martin Garrix.

These are the nights I live for

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In December, Bieber was spotted on a PDA-filled holiday with Hailey Baldwin on the Carribbean island of Saint Barthélemy.

However, Bieber was criticised for his behaviour during the trip. In Tulum, Mexico, the star was kicked out of an archeological site after allegedly pulling down his underpants and trying to climb an off-limits ruin.

- nzherald.co.nz