The young singer, who recently appeared on the Grammys stage with Ke$ha, has revealed the artwork featured on the front cover of his March 23 release.
Less than two months before "My World (Part 2)" is released, Justin Bieber unleashed official cover art for the forthcoming studio album. The artwork is a black-and-white snap of the young singer with his name and the album title attached on it.
The second installment of Justin's "My World" album series, this new record will be up for purchase across the United States on March 23. It has been made available for pre-order starting February 1. Ludacris is recruited to team up with him on its lead single "Baby" which will be followed up with "Never Let You Go".
In support of the album, Justin plans to embark on a tour sometime this year. Recently, he tweeted, "Got with my new band today..killer. excited for touring. drummer is nuts." Days later, he followed it up with another post, "... Going to have a full rehearsal today with the band and the dancers today."
Beside occupied with the making of "My World (Part 2)", Justin Bieber is also involved in the charity project along with big stars to help the Haitian. He is currently recording "We Are the World" remake with such singers as Celine Dion, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Jason Mraz, Sheryl Crow, Enrique Iglesias, Toni Braxton and more.