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17 May 2012, 13:29
The 'Boyfriend' star wants to reach a new group of fans with his latest studio offering.
Justin Bieber says his new album 'Believe' will help "open doors" for him to gain a whole new group of fans.
The 'Boyfriend' singer is set to release his third studio offering next month, and claims the record will appeal to listeners of all ages as well as both old and new fans.
"It's not really a transition, it's just opening doors," Justin told Forbes magazine, in his cover shoot interview.
"I'm trying to make music that's a little bit more mature and that can appeal to all ages, and I'm not trying to lose my younger fans," the 'Never Say Never' singer insists.
During the interview Justin was also filmed singing several lines from a brand new song called 'You're The One' in front of the fans and crew in attendance.
Yesterday Justin revealed a behind-the-scenes video from a photoshoot that sees him posing topless, and the 'Mistletoe' star has been in rehearsals this week for his upcoming performance at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas this Sunday (20th May).
Justin Bieber is expected to release his new album 'Believe', featuring recent single 'Boyfriend', on 19th June.