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Justin Bieber is growing up again with Believe

Los Angeles, Jun 19 (): Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber has made his highly expected return with his new album ‘Believe’. The new album reveals the grown-up side of the young singer who has got a universal fan base with his lovely innocent love songs and charming baby face.

‘Believe,’ is released on Tuesday, June 19 and it looks to be Bieber’s highly expected sequel to ‘My World 2.0’, his debut album. He has also had critics revolving on if the teen who received fame first on YouTube is short-lived phenomenon or long-term success in music industry.

Bieber, 18, is now one among the world’s leading stars, with having on Twitter about 23 million supporters and on Facebook about 44 million fans, after he was discovered at 13.

The singer in the past two years has seen in the public eye, dating with 19-year-old Selena Gomez, Disney Channel star, who is referenced in the album’s electro-dance track “Beauty and the Beat.”

Last November, Justin Bieber was hit with accusations from Mariah Yeater, 20-year-old who claimed the singer had fathered a child with her after have a short unproven encounter backstage.

Bieber, who violently denied this claim and watched Mariah’s lawsuit collapse, sings “She was schemin’…she was draggin’ my name through the dirt,” before hitting the chorus with “That ain’t my baby, that ain’t my girl.”

Mike Posner, album’s producer, who also has his solo career with hits such as ‘Please Don’t Go,’ which was worked with Justin Bieber on the debut single, ‘Boyfriend’.

The result of the song is slow tempo beat with Bieber softly rapping “If I was your boyfriend, I’d never let you go, I can take you places you ain’t never been before.” The song was released in March and was peaked on US Billboard Hot 100 singles chart at No. 2.

‘Boyfriend’ reveals older Bieber in a familiar setting; Posner said “Believe” was not meant to show Bieber all grown up.

Bibber’s “My World 2.0” in 2010 release at the age of 16 was a great and spurned the single ‘Baby’. “Never Say Never”, the 2011′s 3D film which documented Justin Bieber’s journey to the pop culture icon and it grossed $98 million at the worldwide box office.