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5 March 2012, 15:53
The 'Never Say Never' singer says his next record will help him gain more fans than his previous music.
Justin Bieber says he is hoping to win over a new fan base with his new album 'Believe' and has promised it is nothing like people will expect.
The 'Mistletoe' singer is currently wrapping work on his third studio album, and says the record sees him "evolve" and
"You can't really expect anything from my album," Justin told MTV News this week. "It's really, really different.
"It's not the same thing everyone's used to hearing right now on the radio," he explained. "It's really exciting for me 'cause I'm able to break out of my shell and show my fans what I'm all about and show people who might not like my music that maybe they can like my music."
Despite branching out into a new musical direction the 'Live My Life' singer promises his new music won't alienate any of his old fan base.
"I'm not trying to lose any of my fans, I'm just trying to gain fans," he added. "Rather than try to grow up and lose your fans, you can get better and evolve and gain respect from more people."
Last week Justin Bieber announced that the lead single from 'Believe' is called 'Boyfriend' and will be released on 26th March.