Taking it back! Justin Bieber made an appearance at W Hollywood's weekly jazz night on Sunday, May 24, and dusted off a 1990s Boyz II Men classic for his performance.
The pop star, 21, gave a sultry rendition of "I'll Make Love to You" — a track that the R&B group released just four months after the young Biebs was born in 1994. Despite the fact that the star was not old enough to appreciate the track when it first came out, he clearly spent some time with the smooth number in the years since as he nailed his performance.
Bieber took the stage at the California hotel in front of a jazz band, grabbing a mic to play the song off of Boyz II Men's sophomore album II. Playing to a packed crowd, the "Beauty and a Beat" singer crooned, "I'll make love to you / Like you want me to / And I'll hold you tight / Baby all through the night / I'll make love to you / When you want me to / And I will not let go / 'Till you tell me to."
At one part during the show, the former child star got so into the song's sensual lyrics that he got down on the floor, shaking his hips and doing an exaggerated version of The Worm to the beat of the song.
Bieber's performance made it all the way to the members of Boyz II Men, who shared a clip of the performance on the group's official Twitter page and invited the "Never Say Never" singer to join their Las Vegas residency.
The Canadian superstar has a history with the soulful legends. In 2011, he recruited Boyz II Men for his holiday album Under the Mistletoe, teaming up with the band for a track called "Fa La La."
Watch Bieber sing "I'll Make Love to You" in the videos above!