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18 June 2012, 08:18
The 'Boyfriend' singer also says his new record was influenced by European cities like London and Paris.
Justin Bieber says every track on his new album 'Believe' was written by himself and admits he enjoys having creative control over his music.
The 'Never Say Never' star says although some of the album's tracks were co-written with other song writers, he had a lot of control of the album's direction and took influences from his travels across the world.
"Some of Believe was written by me. Some was co-written, but I wrote on every song," Justin revealed to the Metro today (18th June). "I definitely have enough creative control."
The 'All Around The World' singer went on to explain that many songs on 'Believe' were influenced by the time he has spent in countries like London and Paris while touring across the world.
"I wanted to add a bit of dub step after coming over to London, and on some songs I worked with producers from Paris, to get that European feel," Justin added. "I also worked with writers from America. I was using both sides, so we could make worldly songs."
Last night at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto, Canada Justin walked away with two awards in total, as well as performing at the ceremony, winning both Ur Fave Artist Or Group and International Video Of The Year By A Canadian for his recent single 'Boyfriend'.
Justin Bieber launched his brand new album 'Believe' in the UK today and will release his highly anticipated third studio record in the US from tomorrow (19th June).