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Justin Bieber felt a recent burst of creativity, deciding to add two new songs to his upcoming EP with acoustic versions of tracks from Believe.
On Friday, Bieber got fans even more excited, tweeting, “8 wasnt enough. had to write some more new ones. now im putting out 10 SONGS on#BELIEVEacoustic . Im telling u. PREORDER it now :)”
8 wasnt enough. had to write some more new ones. now im putting out 10 SONGS on #BELIEVEacoustic . Im telling u. PREORDER it now :)
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) December 28, 2012
Next, he asked, “u hyped yet?” and included a link to iTunes.
Fans following Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, also got more details about the EP, assuring fans that the “Beauty and the Beat” singer did play guitar on the album. “for those asking yes @justinbieber played guitar on the acoustic album. and yes there r now 10 song not 8 because he wrote 2 new ones 2nite,” he wrote.
Braun continued, “no BS when i say we are all really happy with how #BELIEVEacousticturned out as it all sounds new and organic. Think u will all love it.”
According to iTunes, acoustic versions of “Boyfriend,” “As Long As You Love Me,” “Beauty and a Beat,” “She Don’t Like The Lights,” “Take You,” “Be Alright” and “All Around the World” will be featured on the EP. The names of the last three tracks haven’t been revealed.
In addition to the EP, Bieber will re-start his Believe tour on Jan. 5 with a performance in Salt Lake City. The world tour is scheduled to continue through August.