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Justin Bieber treats fans to intimate, at-times-hushed renditions of songs from his platinum-selling album Believe, including the falsetto-brushed “Boyfriend.” Bieber also delivers two new tracks: the tenderhearted, metaphor-laden “Yellow Raincoat” and “I Would,” an uplifting jam with a sunny melody (and the album’s only non-acoustic track).

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Soooooooo good

My new favourite song is "I would"! The best Justin Bieber album so far... Coming from someone who owns them all :) BELIEBER FOREVER <3

Love it inspiring

Not gunna lie this album made me into a big fan

Believe Acouctic

OMG!!!!! Im so excited!!!!!! This album WILL BE AMAZING!!!!

Thanks Justin<3

Biography

Born: March 01, 1994 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber was barely into his teens when he released his 2009 debut, My World, and became one of the youngest success stories in contemporary pop when it went either platinum or double platinum in several countries. For the next few years, successive releases -- including remix compilations, acoustic sets, a documentary tie-in, a Christmas album, and even some proper studio recordings -- shot forth at a dizzying rate. Bieber developed a massive global following, named Beliebers....
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