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24 April 2012, 14:37 | Updated: 24 April 2012, 15:22
The 'Boyfriend' singer says he hopes other young artists will be inspired to release music from an early age.
Justin Bieber says he is hoping more young artists will emerge in the music industry in the future and says he never feels competition with his pop peers.
The 'Never Say Never' singer was 15 when his first single 'One Time' was released back in 2009, and says having other young singers "in the game" would be a good thing for the industry.
"Young people being successful and doing what they love, I'm all about that," Justin revealed to capitalfm.com today (24th April). "It's not about competition or anything.
"It just helps me when other young people are winning because I've been wanting to have other young people in the game," the 'Believe' singer-songwriter went on to explain. "Because I was always the youngest, so having other young people is great."
The 'Mistletoe' singer was speaking ahead of the launch of his brand new album 'Believe', which is set to be officially released on 18th June and boasts collaborations with the likes of Drake, Kanye West and Taylor Swift.
Justin is currently in the UK after arriving at Heathrow Airport yesterday (23rd April) where he was mobbed by a large number of fans.
Justin Bieber confirmed today that the music video for his single 'Boyfriend' will officially premiere on Wednesday 2nd May.
Watch Justin Bieber talking to capitalfm.com about his desire to see young artists entering the music industry below: