Justin Bieber’s Fourth Album To Be Released In September

Christina Lee | August 6, 2015 10:37 am
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Watch a clip of him performing "Under You," live at the iHeartMedia Summit.

USA Today reports that Justin Bieber will release his fourth album “some time in September.” The pop superstar broke the news at the iHeartMedia Summit in Burbank, California.

“My music is very awesome, actually,” Bieber says. “I’ve been working really hard on it. I’ve been taking my time.”

It’s true: The last full-length he released was 2012’s Believe, 2013’s download-only Journals aside. This all seems like forever ago, after a year of TMZ-worthy incidents, then attempts to maintain a lower profile.

Bieber also gave the first listen to lead single “What Do You Mean.” While a collaboration with Poo Bear, a Grammy-winning songwriter who has worked with Usher and Chris Brown, both Bieber and USA Today say that the song takes more cues from his hit collaboration with Skrillex and Diplo as Jack Ü, “Where Are Ü Now.”

According to USA Today, the hook goes, “What do you mean? You don’t want me to move, but you tell me to go / What do you mean? You nod your head yes, but you wanna say no.”

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