"Live My Life" is a song by American group Far East Movement from their fourth studio album Dirty Bass. The song was released on February 25, 2012 as the album's lead single. It features vocals from Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber. The song was produced by RedOne and De Paris.
The official remix of the song, subtitled "Live My Life (Party Rock Remix)", features vocals from Redfoo of LMFAO. The track was released on March 6, 2012 as a digital download. Also, it was included as the last track of the standard edition of Dirty Bass.
A music video to accompany the release of "Live My Life" was first released onto YouTube on April 5, 2012 through Far East Movement's Vevo channel at a total length of four minutes and forty-three seconds. Justin Bieber doesn't appear in the video, but Redfoo and the Party Rock crew does. They are seen throughout the video touring and partying through the streets of Amsterdam in the Party Rock bus. They also perform a synchronized dance routine in a flash mob-style. Far East Movement perform their respective verses. Dutch singer Eva Simons cameos in the video, seen entering the party bus midway through the video, as well as Dutch DJs Sidney Samson, Sick Individuals and Quintino. The music video has over 30 million views.
An alternate video edit was made for the Party Rock Remix at a total length of four minutes and thirty-eight seconds. It features the same scenes from the original and includes Redfoo performing his verse. This version has over 16 million views.
The videos were written by Redfoo and Kelly Covell and directed by Mickey Finnegan (who has previously directed music videos for LMFAO's songs such as "Party Rock Anthem" and "Sexy and I Know It" among others) while production was handled by Cisco Newman and Alexa Dedlow.
The video makes a reference to John Cusack's character from the film Say Anything; it begins with Kev Nish holding up a boombox while standing outside of a female lead's apartment window, and ends with him taking her home.