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11 April 2012, 16:47
The 'Boyfriend' singer says his upcoming album is full of completely different sounding tracks.
Justin Bieber has promised fans that no two songs sound the same on his upcoming third studio album 'Believe'.
The 18 year-old pop singer released his brand new single 'Boyfriend' on Sunday (8th April) and claims the sound of his album is "so different" from track-to-track that people will be surprised when they hear it.
"The album, in general, is just really new and fresh and I think people are going to be really happy to hear it," Justin told MTV News this week.
"I mean, my whole album is so different and every songs' different on the album," the 'Mistletoe' singer explained. "I think that's what's special about it is nothing sounds the same."
After Justin's new single 'Boyfriend' charted at number two on the Vodafone Big Top 40 this past Sunday, the Canadian singer described fan reaction to the track as "amazing".
Justin Bieber has teased the highly anticipated music video for 'Boyfriend' with several clips over the past week, and is expected the premiere the video promo any day now.