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26 March 2012, 14:31 | Updated: 26 March 2012, 14:41
The 'Baby' star says his collaboration with Far East Movement is not an indication into the style of his upcoming record.
Justin Bieber has admitted that his forthcoming new album 'believe' will not have any songs similar to his Far East Movement collaboration 'Live My Life'.
The 'Never Say Never' star told Capital FM that he made the track to "try something new" and confessed it wasn't really his own style.
Speaking about the song, he confessed: "That's not really my style of music. I just wanted to do it basically because I just wanted to try something new. I did that because that was for their album but I don't really have any songs like that for my album."
The singer's new single 'Boyfriend' was given its first play on Capital this morning (26th March) and fans have been hailing the new track as "amazing" following its unveiling.
Meanwhile, the star has also confessed that he wants to be an "inspiring" artist and come off "humble" as he revealed his career goals.
You can hear Justin Bieber talking to Rich Clarke tonight from 7pm.
You can listen to a clip of Justin Bieber speaking to Capital FM about teaming up with Far East Movement below: