Justin Bieber is gradually giving fans a taste of his forthcoming video for "Boyfriend." In the latest tease for the clip, which he tweeted out, several more shots are revealed. They include a watery, booming speaker, Bieber whispering in a pretty girl's ear and the singer standing in silhouette, snapping his fingers in front of the moon.
"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," [article id="1682156"]Bieber told MTV News[/article] 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 [article id="1682090"]Justin Timberlake vibe[/article]. 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 [article id="1682522"]with his mentor Usher[/article], the two tweeted a bit more about working together.
"Ohh ... and trust we got a duet coming for 'LOOKING 4 MYSELF' and 'BELIEVE,' " Usher
target="_blank">tweetedabout 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!"
[article id="1681863"]Believe will drop[/article] later this year, with the "Boyfriend" video dropping sometime soon.
[article id="1682140"]Looking for Myself,[/article] Usher's next album, will be released in June.