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15 June 2012, 17:47
The 'All Around The World' star says there is a song on his new album to say thank you to his fan base.
Justin Bieber has revealed the titular track from his brand new album 'Believe' is dedicated to his fans for helping "inspire" him to make music.
The 'Boyfriend' singer also says he likes to "pay it forward" in the industry by helping artists like his School Boy records signing Carly Rae Jepsen get a platform for their music.
"Oh 100% [responsible]," Justin told The Today Show host Matt Lauer, on how much his online fan base is responsible for his success. "I wouldn't be here without all my fans and all their support.
"I wrote a song called 'Believe' on the album, and it's basically how my fans inspire me, and it's a song for them," Justin revealed.
"I always like to pay if forward, you know?" the 'Never Say Never' star continued. "Carly Rae Jepsen has the number one song in the world right now and I was able to give her that platform and sign her with Scooter, so just giving back in general is really good."
Justin was speaking ahead of a live performance in New York City for the The Today Show that say him performing recent single 'Boyfriend' as well as album tracks 'All Around The World' and 'As Long As You Love Me' for a crowd of 8,000 fans.
The 'Baby' singer has also been nominated in several categories for this year's Teen Choice Awards including Choice Summer Song for 'All Around The World' and Choice Summer Music Star: Male.
Justin Bieber's new album 'Believe' officially launches in the UK on Monday (18th June) before hitting US shores on Tuesday 19th June.
Watch Justin Bieber's performances of 'Boyfriend' and 'Somebody To Love' at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2012 below: