The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker creates a black-and-white image for the standard edition, and adds more color to it for the deluxe package.
Justin Bieber has revealed not just one, but two pictures, that will be featured on the front page of his upcoming studio album "Believe". One was made for its standard edition, and the other was created for its deluxe bundle.
Both images feature a similar close-up snapshot at Bieber staring off camera. The difference is the artwork for the standard package has a dominant black-and-white tone, while the one for the deluxe edition has more splash of colors.
"Anyone want to see the #BELIEVEalbumCover ??" he asked his Twitter followers before adding a few minutes later. "ok ok ... #1 Trending Topic in the World. Guess you guys want to see the #BELIEVEalbumCover."
Bieber is going to release his new album across the United States on June 19. He's scheduled to perform its lead single "Boyfriend" live on the finale of "The Voice" on May 8, and will premiere its much-anticipated music video a week prior.