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11 January 2012, 20:20 | Updated: 11 January 2012, 20:32
The Canadian singer's manager has teased the recording process for Justin's third album.
Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun has promised the 'Baby' singer's new record is going to be "ridiculous".
The 17 year-old singer is currently working on his third studio album and Scooter teased that Justin has been in the studio all week recording new material.
"Wow!! In the studio with @justinbieber," Scooter tweeted earlier today (11th January). "#Believe is going to be ridiculous!!!"
Earlier this week Justin himself confirmed on Twitter that he was excited about starting to record material for his next album, which will be titled 'Believe'.
The 'Mistletoe' singer previously released 2010 debut 'My World 2.0' and more recently the Christmas-themed 'Under The Mistletoe' in late 2011.
Justin's vocal producer recently claimed 'Believe' will mark the start of his transition into becoming an adult recording artist.
'Believe' will feature guest appearances from both Kanye West and Drake and is expected to be released in the early part of this year.