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Justin Bieber teases new music: 'It's more personal - it's a release'

'As Long As You Love Me' sensation Justin Bieber has revealed that his next album will be significantly more personal than his previous offerings.

During a brand new interview with Hero magazine, the superstar opened up about his new music and admitted that even the fact that he's older is influencing his new sound and style:

"The biggest difference is that I'm older. I was 17 when I recorded most of my last album and I'm 21 now. I've been through a lot in a public way, which gives me a much different perspective on things."

Referring to the names he's in the studio with, Bieber continued: "I am working with producers like Kanye [West] and Rick Rubin who have influenced me and the music I listen to in a big way."

"The creative process this time around is more personal. When I was younger I would take other people's experiences, now I have my own to draw from and it makes all the difference because it's a release. It's amazing because I'm able to really work out anything I am feeling in my music. I'm nervous whenever I put out new work because it's such a personal journey, but I try to remember music is meant to be enjoyed--so I try to roll with it."

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Watch Bieber talking about his new music here: