Jusin Bieber fans have some exciting news coming their way. While the pop singer's latest single, "What Do You Mean", will be out in a few days, it's already rumoured that he may release a new full-length album before Thanksgiving (13 November, to be more precise).
It looks like the "Boyfriend" singer has kept his promise of releasing the new music album in 2015. According to Billboard, Bieber's highly-anticipated utitled album will release on 13 November. This will be his first album after his 2010 hit "Believe".
Although no official confirmation has been made from the singer's side as yet, the report said that the rumoured date first came out on 11 August. Earlier, Bieber had predicted the release month when he had appeared on iHeart Media Music Summit in Burbank, California. It was reported that the album would be out in September.
When Bieber appeared on Ryan Seacrest's show, he had said: "I've been working really hard on it, just trying to have a consistent sound, a cohesive sound. I've been taking my time. I haven't put out an album in over three years."
And it looks like the "Baby" singer is indeed so dedicated and determined that he is not even superstitious about releasing it on Friday the 13th (if November 13 is the confirmed date), Hollywood Life pointed out.
Meanwhile, Bieber's latest collaboration with Skrillex and Diplo, "Where Are U Now", is doing well on the charts. Many assume that this song is about his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez.
"What Do you Mean" is expected to release on 28 August and it will apparently be included in Justin Bieber's full-length album, which is reportedly releasing on 13 November.