Justin Bieber is gearing up to release a new album called Journals. The album will consist of the ten songs from his "Music Mondays" social media campaign, which came to an end this week with a new single called "Confident."
The album will also include five brand-new bonus tracks that feature collaborations with rappers Lil Wayne, Future and Big Sean.
Continuing his download-only release trend, Justin will drop Journals as a temporary digital release. The album will be available for fans to download on iTunes for only 18 days, starting December 16th to January 2nd. Buyers will also get downloads of Justin's new "All That Matters" music video, the "Believe" documentary trailer and a video about his recent Guatemala charity trip.
The Biebs called into "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" Monday morning to get word out about the new album. He also addressed the controversy surrounding his international "Believe" tour, saying he's "not a robot" and wants "people to respect [him]" as an aspiring "young mogul."
Check out the interview below:
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