Justin Bieber Covers His Latest Single Using Kids Instruments

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You know you have a seriously good song on your hands when you can redo it all using instruments for kids and it still sounds amazing.

Justin Bieber took part in a long-running tradition on The Tonight Show during the episode broadcast the other evening.

He took part in a segment where host Jimmy Fallon and show band The Roots perform a poplar chart song using kids instruments.

The hitmaker brought his new song Peaches, which he released in late March as one of the singles off his sixth studio album titled Justice.

Their cover began with just Bieber alone, starting the song on a tiny toy piano as he is then joined by The Roots and Fallon on a variety of junk.

Bieber would also use a kazoo during the video, and at the end, he and the rest of the group blew up a brown paper bag and popped it.

Show host Fallon provided vocals while using a peach/shaker and kazoo while musician Questlove used clappers, bongo and a kazoo.

Their catchy little cover has since had nearly 100,000 views in a matter of hours with fans all commenting how addictive the song sounds.

Watch the performance below!

(Credit: The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon / NBC Universal / YouTube)

You can hear some of Justin’s biggest hits on Edge Radio.