Even non-Beliebers rave about the 'Boyfriend' hitmaker's new stripped-down album dropped on Tuesday, January 29.
As promised, Justin Bieber released his new album "Believe Acoustic" on January 29. The new studio effort from Bieber contains eight unplugged renditions of his "Believe" hits, which include "Boyfriend", "Beauty and a Beat" and "All Around the World", two new tracks "Yellow Raincoat" and "I Would", as well as the bonus track "Nothing Like Us".
Based on online responses, both new and old die-hard fans love the new acoustic album. "Bieber's new acoustic album is just pure swaggy. #Kudos," @ElyarFox tweeted while @RicardoOrdieres called it "heaven to my ears". @dahlham raved about the "Believe" unplugged edition, tweeting, "Not gonna lie, Justin bieber's acoustic album is perf," which @aranzavega123 backed up with a tweet, "is just perfect omg."
It was apparently so good that the fans themselves were telling others to go out and buy "Believe Acoustic". "lol i just told my doctor to buy believe acoustic album by justinbieber because its amazing and he was like 'huh ? um ok'," @rauhlny said via Twitter.
And if the endorsement from fans wasn't enough, even people who don't normally listen to Bieber are gushing over his latest work. @ilyCarliee admitted, "okay I don't even like Justin bieber but this acoustic album is pretty perfect."
Before the album was released, Bieber built up the anticipation for his new work since last December, first revealing the plan on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", then consistently tweeting fans about which tracks were going to make the cut before finally announcing the official tracklist and album cover art two weeks ago. He also released an acoustic video of "All Around the World" to promote the album release, after "Yellow Raincoat" and "Nothing Like Us" were leaked online.