Justin Bieber’s ‘Believe’ Will Be Different With Many Collaborations

In recent interviews with Justin Bieber, he has revealed a lot about who he will be collaborating with on his new album Believe as well as how different it will be from any other album he has ever done. How exciting!

First off, through twitter both Justin and his mentor and idol Usher revealed that they will be releasing not one, but TWO duets, with one single appearing on each of their albums.

Another surprising collab? Justin and Drake. Two fellow Canadians. Drake told Capital FM that working with Justin was a breeze because they both share the love of melody. He went on to say: “It sounds like everything you’d imagine a great Justin Bieber and Drake song would sound like. We meet on the ground of melody he’s always like ‘Yo, you’re melodies are so crazy’ and ‘give me the craziest melody,’ so we sat there for a night and it was actually a great studio process.’ Oh wow, this sounds like it’s going to be pretty awesome!

And lastly, when I heard about this one I was really surprised! Justin recently revealed that he has collaborated with Taylor Swift as well! He told Capital FM, “It’s crazy. I mean I even wrote a song with Taylor Swift, so the whole album ranges differently.” He was then asked if there will be a kind of country vibe for his new album because of the collaborating to which he said, “With my music it doesn’t only stay in a box. 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.

Justin has said that this album will probably be one of his best because it’s so different and there’s so many different collaborations. He said “We worked with Mike Poser for ‘Boyfriend’ so that turned out well, and then we used Timbaland and Kanye West and Drake and so many different people.”

Sounds like this will be one hell of an album! I’m already excited. Justin Bieber’s new album is set to be released later this year, probably around June.

What do you think of all these collaborations? Are you looking forward to Justin’s new album?