"I think people are going to be really happy [with the video] and ... I think it's going to make people like the song more," Bieber told MTV News on the set of the video, directed by Colin Tilley. "The album, in general, is just really new and fresh and I think people are going to be really happy to hear it."
The song certainly represents a more mature sound for the 18-year-old, who has abandoned the doo-wop-influenced pop of his past for a Justin Timberlake vibe. But if fans think Believe will sound like "Boyfriend," Bieber explains that this track offers only a sampling of the album's overall sound.
"I think it's part of it," he said. "I mean, my whole album is so different and every song's different on the album, and I think that what's special about it is nothing sounds the same."
After Bieber teased that he'd be hitting the studio with his mentor Usher, the two tweeted a bit more about working together.
"Ohh ... and trust we got a duet coming for 'LOOKING 4 MYSELF' and 'BELIEVE,' " Usher tweeted about working with the teen star on both of their forthcoming albums. "He has come a long way. Proud to see his evolution as an artist!"
Believe will drop later this year, with the "Boyfriend" video dropping sometime soon. Looking for Myself, Usher's next album, will be released in June.
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