The artwork, which slightly looks similar to Kanye West's '808 and Heartbreak' album cover, features a little cupid aiming a big purple heart.
Justin Bieber released the artwork of his upcoming single, "Heartbreaker", via his Instagram page on Tuesday, June 4. He posted the same image several times with different captions. "... Coming soon," he captioned the first one.
For the second caption, he apparently told his fans to help him promote the single, saying, "Tell a friend to tell a friend." "Don't tell me your my.... #justinbieber #heartbreaker," he wrote on the third picture before finally revealing the single title, "Heartbreaker #Justinbiebernewsingle."
The 19-year-old singer is not featured in the picture. The simple artwork, which slightly resembles Kanye West's "808 & Heartbreak" album cover, only sees a little cupid on the left side aiming his arrow at the purple faded heart.
Bieber hasn't confirmed when the single will be released or if it will be included in his forthcoming album.
While there's still no further words on Bieber's new single and album, Bieber's on-and-off girlfriend, Selena Gomez, has generously shared some details on her own release. After unveiling a new single, "Slow Down", she announced that her "Stars Dance" album would hit stores on July 23.