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21 December 2012, 10:27
The 'Boyfriend' star tells his fans to "spread the word" as he prepares to unveil the record.
Justin Bieber has unveiled the official artwork for his forthcoming new acoustic album.
The 'As Long As You Love Me' singer took to his Twitter account last night (20th December) to share the image with his fans and told them to "spread the word" as he prepares to release the record next month.
The Canadian star has been teasing details of the album 'Believe Acoustic' for the past few weeks and has this week been rumoured to have teamed up Ed Sheeran.
The teen singer's manager Scooter Braun hinted at a potential collaboration with the British star as he shared pictures of the two in the studio.
Justin first made the announcement of the record earlier this month during an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres show.
Check out the artwork to Justin Bieber's new acoustic album below:
It's been a tough month for the star who was snubbed by the Grammy Awards and is this week facing a potential ban from the Philippines over comments he made about boxer Manny Pacquiao.
Meanwhile, Justin will also be bringing his 'Believe' tour over to the UK in February 2013.