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4 May 2012, 07:08 | Updated: 4 May 2012, 07:16
The 'Baby' singer says he plans to release 'As Long As You Love Me' as his next track form 'Believe'.
Justin Bieber has confessed that he is already planning the release of his next single from 'Believe' which he has described as "edgy" and "midtempo".
The teen star told MTV shortly after the premiere of the music video to his recent release 'Boyfriend' that 'As Long As You Love Me' will hopefully be his next release and he thinks it's even "better" than his last track.
"Why did I choose 'Boyfriend'? [for my first single]," he asked. "I just thought it was a song that most represented me at the time and what I wanted to put out there."
"It's crazy, because even my next single after that is going to be better," he added. "My next single, I don't have it completely set. I think it's 'As Long As You Love Me.' It's midtempo - I think it's edgy."
The 'One Time' singer will be releasing his new album 'Believe' on 18th June which is set to feature collaborations with the likes of Drake, Usher, Kanye West and country star Taylor Swift.
Meanwhile, the Canadian star will also be performing at this year's Capital FM Summertime Ball alongside the likes of Katy Perry, Flo Rida and Coldplay.