Justin Bieber debuts covers for 'Believe' on Twitter - See photo
Justin Bieber took to his official Twitter page on April 27 to reveal to his loyal fan the standard and deluxe edition album covers for his highly anticipated album "Believe."
The singer released the first single off the album, called "Boyfriend," on March 26. It is Bieber's third studio album.
The singer Tweeted that he had a spur of the moment collaboration with mentor Usher that may be added to the new album.
"LONG MEETING FOR #BELIEVE," Bieber Tweeted on April 28. "Then I got inspired. me and big bro @USHERRAYMONDIVjust made some magic happen. #BELIEVE - swaggy!"
He later wrote, "In the studio and @UsherRaymondIV in the booth and yes...HE IS THE TRUTH!"
On April 29, he admitted he had trouble finalizing the track list for the album. "Picking the songs for #BELIEVE is impossible," he wrote.
During a recent interview with "The Voice" UK host Reggie Yates, Bieber opened up about what fans can expect from the album but became flustered when Yates asked if sex was one of the topics covered.
"I'm singing about things that I'm going through. Songs about, like that girl that said she was going to have my baby," Beiber said, referring to Mariah Yeater.
Yeater filed a false paternity suit in 2011 alleging the pop singer was the father of her baby. The singer Tweeted about her last week.
Yeater dropped her paternity suit against the singer in November. The 20-year-old woman's son was born in July. She had filed her paternity lawsuit against Bieber on Oct. 31, 2011 at a San Diego court, saying that the two had a sexual encounter after one of the singer's concerts in Los Angeles in the fall of 2010.
"I wrote a song about the whole situation," Bieber said. "I wrote songs about like, you know, things that I'm going through. I wrote a song for my mom."
Check out the interview with Yates below.