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30 April 2012, 17:34
The 'Boyfriend' singer says he is currently deciding which track to release as his second 'Believe' single.
Justin Bieber says he is currently deciding whether to release a collaboration as the follow-up single to 'Boyfriend'.
The 18 year-old singer has achieved huge success around the world with his the first single from his upcoming third album 'Believe', and says there is a chance on of his team-ups from the record would be the second single released.
"It just depend. I mean right now we're just focusing on 'Boyfriend' and then the next single we're figuring out whether we're going to do a collaboration or just have me," Justin revealed to Capitalfm.com. "We're just figuring it out."
Over the weekend Justin revealed he was back in the recording studio putting the finishing touches to 'Believe' alongside collaborators Kanye West and Usher.
The 'Never Say Never' star has previously confirmed his latest release, the follow-up to 2010's 'My World 2.0' and last year's 'Under The Mistletoe', will also boast collaborations with the likes of Drake, Taylor Swift and Will.i.am.
Justin Bieber is set to release his third studio album 'Believe' on 18th June.
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Watch Justin Bieber discussing plans for his next single from 'Believe' below: