RBMG/Island Def Jam Music Group global superstar Justin Bieber is celebrating 2013 in style by announcing the release of his new acoustic album, BELIEVE ACOUSTIC — arriving in stores on January 29th.
It is now available for pre-order on iTunes (http://smarturl.it/JBBelieveAcoustic). Then, on February 9th, Bieber returns to Saturday Night Live, pulling double-duty as the show’s host and musical guest.[ Also Read: Oprah Winfrey to Interview Justin Bieber ]
The 11-song album offers acoustic versions of eight songs from Justin’s worldwide multi-platinum album Believe. Included are acoustic takes on four of his biggest radio hits: “Boyfriend,” “As Long As You Love Me,” “Beauty And A Beat,” and “All Around The World.”
Listeners will also find acoustic renditions of album tracks “Take You” and “Be Alright,” as well as of “She Don’t Like The Lights” (originally a bonus track on the deluxe version of 2012’s Believe ). All acoustic tracks were co-produced by Justin Bieber and his guitarist Dan Kanter.[ Also Read: Justin Bieber Goes with Pencils of Promise ]
BELIEVE ACOUSTIC also introduces previously unreleased songs “Yellow Raincoat,” produced by Justin and Tom Strahle, “I Would,” produced by Da Internz and Aaron Michael Cox, and “Nothing Like Us,” written and produced solely by Justin, which gives fans an intimate glimpse of young love.
Fans can also expect a live studio version of “Fall,” from Believe , likewise produced by Bieber and Kanter.
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