The 'Boyfriend' singer and the 'Heartless' rapper hook up in studio along with Kenny Hamilton to complete the June 19 studio release.
Justin Bieber is one step closer to completing his new studio album "Believe". The "Boyfriend" hitmaker recently hit studio with rap mogul Kanye West to put finishing touches on the upcoming effort. He's additionally in the middle of selecting songs for the CD.
Kenny Hamilton tweeted about Bieber's studio session with Kanye, "Putting the finishing touches on the album and it's gonna be special! @justinbieber and @kanyewest #Believe." The singer himself wrote, "picking the songs for #BELIEVE is impossible."
Bieber is scheduled to release his new album in 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.
In addition to giving updates on the current status of his project, Bieber took to Twitter to clarify rumor suggesting he dissed Indonesia. "one rumor i wont stand for is saying what me and my fans have isnt real. Indonesia I see you. i love u. I love ALL MY FANS. #fact," he posted.
Indonesian Beliebers were furious upon hearing rumor that the teen popstar referred Indonesia as "some random country." He reportedly said such thing during a recent event in London when talking about a recording process of one of his songs.
He allegedly said the song was recorded in "some random country," but his manager Scooter Braun clarified by informing it was produced in Indonesia. "I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," the singer said as quoted by the Daily Mirror. "They didn't know what they were doing."
Insisting that report was false, Bieber continued to write on Twitter, "you cant break us. all the lies and rumors in the world cant phase us. this is #FAMILY . #Beliebers #ILOVEMYFANS."