Justin Bieber has given his Beliebers another sneak peek to his upcoming music video for "Boyfriend". Prior to releasing the video teaser, he informs his Twitter followers that he's going to address "rumors" in his next studio album "Believe".
In the snippet of "Boyfriend" video, Bieber teases the "ice" and "fire" elements. One scene features the "Mistletoe" singer floating in the water with his eyes closed, and the other sees the Canadian heartthrob wearing a dark hoodie in front of a fire.
"The concept of this video, I mean it's not like a steady concept," he once explained when met by MTV on the video set in California. "It's not like 'Justin follows this girl to this spot.' No, it's a bunch of amazing scenes: Like a fire scene, we have an ice scene."
Of what he has to offer in the album where the single is set to appear, Bieber tweets, "Here (at the studio) making music addressing the past and the rumors, clearing it all up in the music. I'm putting it all out there on this album."
Instead of detailing which rumors he refers to, the boyfriend of Selena Gomez switches the topic to his upcoming tour when posting another tweet hours later. "meeting for the #BELIEVETOUR - gonna be epic. #MJInspiration," so he shares.
In the span of time between his first studio album "My World" and this upcoming sophomore set, there were a lot of rumors floating around the web about Bieber. When he dropped his holiday effort "Under the Mistletoe" last Christmas, he was hit with paternity rumor.
Aside from the baby drama with Mariah Yeater, the 18-year-old popstar also got wide coverage on the internet due to his romantic relationship with 19-year-old Gomez. The teen lovebirds have repeatedly been hit with split reports and engagement rumors.
Bieber is scheduled to release his new album later this year, and he's poised to precede it with a big debut on Hot 100 as "Boyfriend" reportedly has pulled in a whopping 520,000 downloads. If the finale figure is true, he will notch the second-best sales week of all time for a single, behind Flo Rida's "Right Round".