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11 April 2012, 06:42
The 'Boyfriend' singer reveals to Capital FM that his new album has a bit of a country vibe.
Justin Bieber has revealed he penned a song with US country pop singer Taylor Swift for his upcoming third album 'Believe'.
The 'Never Say Never' singer has previously confirmed the record will boast collaborations with the likes of Kanye West and Drake, and now says he worked with the 'Mean' singer-songwriter during the recording process.
"You know, the whole album is just so different, there's so many different people collaborating," Justin revealed on the Vodafone Big Top 40 on Sunday (8th April). "We worked with Mike Posner for 'Boyfriend' so that turned out well, and then we sued Timbaland and Kanye [West] and Drake and so many different people.
"It's crazy," Justin explained. 'I mean I even wrote a song with Taylor Swift, so the whole album ranges differently.
When asked whether Taylor's involvement hints at a country musical direction for 'Believe', the 'Mistletoe' singer said the record won't be limited to just one genre.
"With my music it doesn't only stay in a box," Justin added. "Everything is so different and that's why I'm so happy with this album.
"Everything doesn't sound the same, everything's different and [after] each song you won't expect the next song to happen."
Yesterday (10th April) Justin confirmed his mentor Usher features as part of a duet on 'Believe'.
Listen to Justin Bieber telling the Vodafone Big Top 40 about his Taylor Swift collaboration below: